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  1. I did this same thing and I'm up and running as well on 3.10.10. Thanks for the help, everyone.
  2. In 3.10.5 (also works), it points to a mongodv3.0+.conf file, which points to my UniFi-Video/appdate/db folder. How would I restore a config after doing a clean install? I can't seem to find the option in the UI.
  3. Oof. That sounds insane. I went back version by version and I was able to get 3.10.2 and 3.10.4 logged in, but I can't get logged in to 3.10.6. The issue is that in 3.10.4, it says it can't connect to my camera because "firmware not supported".
  4. I think I could manage that with some fiddling, but I was checking out inside the container and I do have daily backups of my config going back a week, so it's possible I can just restore one of those backups to a clean install of latest. Just out of curiosity, what version changed from mongodb to wiredTiger?
  5. I'm not sure, but I do keep my containers up to date. There weren't any pending updates a few days ago, and then I updated last night, and now I can't log in.
  6. I'm having that same problem, and I was on latest. Last update was last night, and looking at my recordings, I had stuff stop recording around the time I updated the docker. Not sure which version I should try to roll back to, but I've tried 3.10.6 and 3.10.8.4.0 (since that's the last unique number on the github repo). Any thoughts or ideas? EDIT: Tried beta and testing as well, no job in getting logged back in.
  7. I'm having trouble getting reverse proxy (using the linuxserver/nginx container) working with this container. I saw the discussion back on page 14 but I must be missing something because I can't get mine to work. I get either the endless loading, or I get into the UI but nothing populates. Anyone willing to help point me in the right direction as to what changes I need to make in which nginx config files to get this working?
  8. Happy birthday! No complaints at all with unRaid, and that's pretty much the highest praise for any product.
  9. I see my custom image in that location, but after every reboot, I get a broken image link in the dashboard. I have to reselect the image for it to show up again.
  10. So in short, stop both, delete /mnt/user/appdata/mariadb, and /mnt/user/appdata/nextcloud, start mariadb, configure it per the setup, then start up nextcloud, and configure it as well, then inside nextcloud, have it scan for existing data, and it should pick up all the existing data? EDIT: Ok, I think I got it working. What I had apparently done was decide to start messing around with wordpress, so I deleted mariaDB appdata and messed around with it, forgetting it was nextcloud. So I created the nextcloud db on the mariaDB container, and then deleted my nextcloud appdata and set everything up again. It picked up the existing data without having to do anything on my part, and my webpages and mobile apps are working again. Thanks for all the help!
  11. I think I may have at some point deleted my MariaDB container completely because I had been using it to play with learning databases, and then thought I didn't need it so I just got rid of it. How do I destroy all config and data for MariaDB? Just remove the container and reinstall it? And how do I delete all the config for NextCloud without deleting the data? Thanks for your help.
  12. I think I've managed to screw up my installation good and proper. I think I jacked with my MariaDB docker, forgetting I needed it for NextCloud, and now I can't access NextCloud at all (I get HTTP 500 errors). How can I back up the data in my NextCloud and start from scratch?
  13. I'm having an issue with a website I'm trying to host on the Apache docker. I set up mariadb and the apache containers, set up the databases, and installed wordpress to the apache container. When I visit the website via the local IP address and port of the apache docker container, it works fine, but when I try to get through with my domain name, it throws SSL related errors. If I try to go to https://mydomain.com:[ssl_port], it throws a NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID page that I can't get past, and if I go to http://mydomain.com:[non-ssl_port], it redirects to https://mydomain.com:[non-ssl_port] and shows a ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR error. I'm gathering that something is wrong my with my certs, but I'm not sure how they were generated, and how to get them fixed. Any help would be appreciated.
  14. Ah. I guess you're using a different version. I'm using the rdp version of Calibre. I'm not sure how to configure that one. Maybe look for a config file in the appdata folder that you can manually edit with your library path?
  15. You'll see the path like \libraries -> \mnt\users\calibre In Calibre web ui, give it the left side path as your library location, while the right side is your data on unraid.