Caldorian

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  1. Perfect, I see it now. So all the configs are stored as XML files. Awesome. Thanks for that.
  2. Where in the flash/mount is the configuration then? ie. if I wanted to see all the paths/variables/etc that are set up for each docker?
  3. Is there any way that I can export my docker configurations? CA Backup only backups the appdata folder. I'm looking for a way to backup the actual definitions so I could wipe/restore them if necessary. (In my case, I ended up with a corrupted docker image directory, and had to wipe it out. I was able to restore everything from Previous Apps, but if that wasn't available, it would have been a royal pain trying to remember all the configurations and entering them in again)
  4. Thanks. Upgraded to 1.8.2, issue is still there. But things are working correctly. Don't know anything about building docker images, but this guy seems to have cleared it when he was getting the same error for a different container he was building.
  5. Just installed this on my unraid server. Any time I try to run a zerotier-cli command from the docker instance, I get a dozen lines of the following before the command results: Any fix for this? Other then that, things look to be working well. I also installed it on my raspberry pi/pi-hole instance to use a bridge to get access to my whole internal network. Plan is to do the same on a second Pi at my parent's for remote access to their stuff.
  6. Ended up clearing the cookies for my home domain to clear the issue. Weird...
  7. Okay, this is a weird one. Just updated to the latest Firefox on Windows 10 (v93.0), and now I can't log into my Deluge instance. Page loads, and the password dialog box comes up, but entering the password doesn't take and it keeps prompting me for it again. Testing on Edge and Chrome has no issues.
  8. Silly question, but I can't seem to find an answer for it: There's the pre-set Hourly, Daily, Weekly, and Monthly schedules. But I can't seem to find when they run (ie. What time does the daily kick off, day/time for weekly, etc.). Is there any way to adjust them to be your preferred values?
  9. Expanding on securing the admin panel a little bit: On my setup, I run a split DNS config w/ Pihole so I can access my web services on the LAN with HTTPS certificates still being valid (Router doesn't support NAT Loopback). In my SWAG nginx folder, I created a lan-only.conf file: allow 192.168.1.0/24; deny all; Then, in my bitwarden.subdomain.conf file, I added the following to location /admin: include /config/nginx/lan-only.conf; This way, any non-LAN access through the reverse proxy gets returned a 403 - Forbidden. I also use the same method for several of my other web services that I want LAN access for, but not external access, while still being able to use DNS entries to access them (used to run 2 SWAG containers, one for internal, one for external, but managed to consolidate it all down with the added config).
  10. Hi there. Have had this up and running for a couple months now, and works great. Not, I'm working through converting my dockers over to a custom network, rather then using the default bridge network. I noticed Urbackup is setup with HOST networking. Any reason I can't change it to use the custom network and manually forward the 3 ports (55413, 55414, and 55415)?
  11. I have. I used the same ddclient.conf file that was posted at https://github.com/ddclient/ddclient/pull/102#issuecomment-619370329, and have my API zones setup specified. Modifying the .conf file to remove the login line as identified on line 195 at https://github.com/ddclient/ddclient/blob/develop/ddclient.conf.in seems to cause the client to be unable to parse the .conf file. So I'm stuck, and curious if anyone else has gotten it to work.
  12. So I have one container setup to generate a wildcard cert for my domain, using dns validation on cloudflare. I was using the Global API key before, but I'm trying to convert over to an API token instead. I updated my cloudflare.ini file, removing the dns_cloudflare_email and dns_cloudflare_api_key values, and instead inserting a dns_cloudflare_api_token value. However, since my cert is currently valid, I'm not seeing in the logs it attempting to regenerate the cert and use the new api token. Is there an easy way I can force the certificate to regenerate to test my configuration change?
  13. I see that the latest ddclient versions support using cloudflare's API tokens instead of the global API token. However, I haven't been able too get my ddclient.conf file updated properly to take it. Anyone had any success doing so? I tried the Cloudflare DDNS docker, and that worked without issue, so I know the token is good. What I'm seeing if I include the line "login=token", then the API request is sent to cloudflare, but returns a failure: However, if I remove the "login=token" line entirely, then the docker doesn't even attempt to send the request:
  14. Thanks. Never realized this restriction existed in *nix systems.
  15. Thanks @mattie112. I don't use NPM personally, as I set all my stuff up on SWAG before NPM was available, but decided to give it a quick shot after I started helping a couple guys on reddit and was confused as to why it wasn't working. One quick question for you: Why did you choose to leave the WebUI port as 8181 rather then setting it back to 81 as the official container has it? Would it be because the CA template wouldn't support opening directly any more, and you'd have to do an advanced edit to set the port yourself?