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  1. Plugins ControlIR Custom Tab Dynamix System Temperature Enhanced Log Viewer GUI Links Nerd Tools Tips and Tweaks Docker binhex-krusader binhex-urbackup bookstack nextcloud organizrv2 portainer tautulli youtube-dl-server
  2. My cache drive is formatted with btrfs. I'm also running a newer processor (i7-8700) than other folks who have posted in this thread so that may be why I was able to install the original docker image without issue. Haven't had a chance to try any backups yet.
  3. I'm a noob at dockers so if anyone else struggles with this error, I had to go into the Settings tab and change the "Backup storage path:" to /media
  4. This looks like a great tool. Excited to try it out once those gremlins are gone 🔨
  5. Thank you! I'll give it a shot. Sent using Tapatalk
  6. Is there any way to run a custom, internal website (intranet only) using the letsencrypt docker? For example, could I add a folder containing my custom website to the www folder in the letsencrypt appdata directory? Something like this: appdata/letsencrypt/www/custom-website-folder If so, how would I go about accessing it from my home network? Is there any way I could type in my servers IP address and a backslash to access it? Something like http://10.0.0.3/custom-website? Would I have to create another entry in my default config file (path shown below)? letsencrypt/nginx/site-confs/default
  7. I just got bookstack up and running behind my Letsencrypt reverse proxy using sub domains, had to tweak a few things to get it working though. Here's my Letsencrypt file: # redirect all traffic to https server { listen 80; server_name _; return 301 https://$host$request_uri; } # main server block server { listen 443 ssl default_server; root /config/www; index index.html index.htm index.php; server_name _; # all ssl related config moved to ssl.conf include /config/nginx/ssl.conf; client_max_body_size 0; } ## BookStack server { listen 443 ssl; root /config/www; index index.html index.htm index.php; server_name bookstack.*; include /config/nginx/ssl.conf; client_max_body_size 0; location / { include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; proxy_pass http://10.0.0.3:6875; } } I also had to change the .env file in the bookstack container by following these steps: Click on the bookstack docker icon and select console Type in nano /config/www/.env to edit your .env file Arrow down until you see APPURL or APP_URL (make sure it's set to APP_URL with the underscore) # The below url has to be set if using social auth options # or if you are not using BookStack at the root path of your domain. APP_URL=https://bookstack.yourdomain.com
  8. EDIT: I got it working - thank you @j0nnymoe! Here are the steps in case anyone else needs to get this setup: 1. Click on the bookstack docker icon and select console. 2. Type in nano /config/www/.env to edit your .env file 3. Arrow down to the bottom until you get to #Mail settings and configure it according to your mail server (I use Zoho mail). If you have 2FA setup on your mail server account, you'll probably need to request an application specific password to use in your bookstack .env file # Mail settings MAIL_DRIVER=smtp MAIL_HOST=smtp.zoho.com MAIL_PORT=465 MAIL_USERNAME=support@yourdomain.com MAIL_PASSWORD=xxxxxxxxx MAIL_ENCRYPTION=ssl MAIL_FROM=support@yourdomain.com MAIL_FROM_NAME=BookStack I've never configured a .env file before. From the unRAID GUI I clicked on my BookStack docker and opened the console and did a cd /config but I'm not seeing the .env file anywhere. Just the output below root@e123b7bc558e:/config$ ls BOOKSTACK_APP_KEY.txt keys log nginx php www
  9. Does anyone have a mail server configured with bookstack (for users to create their own accounts and receive an email confirmation)? The documentation on the bookstack website doesn't cover it. I'm sure there's a config file somewhere I have to setup but I can't find it. BookStack settings page to allow user registration via email Error message when trying to register new user w/email confirmation
  10. This right here. I have AT&T gig service at my apartment (1000/1000) for $70/month, no caps. It's amazing - the last speed test I ran with the speedtest docker had me at 971 down/1104 up lol. I've never run into any outages or issues with AT&T, so far their Gig service has been great. I've never had to reach out to their tech support so can't really say how they might compare to Comcast.
  11. I didn't create this (just grabbed a 1920x90 section of the original image) but I thought I'd share it anyways. UNRAID blends in on the left, but it still looks pretty cool