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  1. Interesting, what you got is how it's supposed to work with invalid credentials. And it's what I get on my local machine as well, which is good. When I try to run it on my unraid server, I get the following:

    Linux 4.19.56-Unraid.
    root@Tower:~# docker run -ti --rm -e clientid=test -e clientsecret=test -e username=test -e password=test daylend/redditcnn
    Using TensorFlow backend.


  2. Hi!


    I decided it would be a fun project to turn a python script I made into a docker container, so I could deploy it on my unraid server to run 24/7. I managed to get the script running flawlessly in a docker image I built on my local machine from my dockerhub repo (literally copy pasted the command from unraid). However, after I successfully install the container in unraid, it immediately stops with no docker logs.


    Any ideas what could be causing an issue like this?



  3. So I went through everything you said, making sure it was all set up correctly... Everything looked good. But it still wasn't working.


    I noticed your fstab didn't have the lines "noauto,nobootwait", so I removed those, and rebooted.

    Now it works like a charm!


    Thanks for the help! ?

  4. So I created a new Ubuntu Server 18.04 VM and noticed I had the option to set up an unRAID share and mount tag in the settings.




    So I put in the following values. Booted into my VM, obviously the mounts weren't visible. So I did some googling and edited my fstab to what I could find:

    UbuntuServer /home/daylend/UbuntuServer 9p trans=virtio,version=9p2000.L,_netdev,noauto,nobootwait,rw 0 0


    Rebooted the server. Nothing appeared. Read that you had to edit some xml files but I also read that's inside the .img file now so it's not changeable? I assume that's what the unRAID share and unRAID mount tag values are for in the web UI now. I also looked through the wiki for more information on unRAID share and unRAID mount tag settings but couldn't find much.


    How do I get this working?



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  5. I have the latest BIOS firmware (FH) installed on my motherboard and virtualization technology is enabled.
    I have checked and both my motherboard and CPU (i7-950) both support VT-d.


    However, unRaid still says it's Disabled (screenshot included).

    Please help! I've spent so many hours trying to get to the bottom of this already...