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  1. dkerlee

    New man...

    Were you able to find and install a Roon server?
  2. Trying to get some settings to save in ruTorrent GUI, the default save directory. Seems to get in there for only a few minutes, then is overwritten minutes later. Where can I stick settings that will persist between restarts and for longer than xx minutes? thanks!
  3. Yeah, I dunno, it's not in there! Is it perhaps because I only have one docker repository listed? Under Docker > scroll to bottom "https://github.com/limetech/docker-templates" It's been a while since I've even added a docker, I might be in the wrong tab or something. But I did a little digging and didn't see it. thanks!
  4. hello folks, I wanted to make a post before I start diving into the technicalities of getting this done. From what I've seen on a few other threads, people have started a VM just to run the Roon server. I'm not opposed to doing that, but if there was a straight up docker, wouldn't that be better or less overhead or easier to configure? Anyone else have any luck with running a Roon server out of an existing unRaid box? I already have a Plex server that's solid and will serve up direct stream FLAC files, but the interface and experience leaves a lot to be desired. (we'l see about $500 worth of desire...) https://roonlabs.com/downloads.html This Roon docker does not come up via the unRaid Applications search, updated 3/2019 https://hub.docker.com/r/steefdebruijn/docker-roonserver/ thread from 2016 https://community.roonlabs.com/t/roon-running-in-docker-on-unraid-6-x/10456/13 another docker last updated 2016 https://hub.docker.com/r/ronch/roon-server/
  5. I was poking around for a straight up Roon docker, and I couldn't find one. Looks like you ran a whole ubuntu VM to run Rune? Maybe I should just go that route, perhaps with a Windows VM? Any other places to look for a Roon docker? I know the software is $500 which is nuts - but from what I've seen, people actually pay it, try it out, and pay. So it must be awesome. Like I'm hesitant to start smoking, I'm hesitant to try Roon! hahaha
  6. @sizo try what @Stupifier mentioned above. "Update: Figured out how to access UnRAID GUI. Did NOT figure out how to be assigned a local address on my primary WiFi subnet though. In Admin Page ----> VPN Settings go to Routing section and add a line for the subnet you want your clients to have access to (for example, I added 192.168.1.0/24 which is my primary WiFi subnet and where I can access my UnRAID GUI locally)"
  7. @aptalca thank you very much! Almost got it working - I would like to mention that the README.md (github link) wasn't specific enough for me to follow. I'm sorry! I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed for sure. I need more concise instructions for unRaid. The Spaceinvader video is great, but it's got old info now. But thank you thank you again for all your work here - and answering the same questions again and again. I'm definitely guilty of that! I donated $5 to you guys. 1. use bridge networking 2. don't set interface variable (like Spaceinvaderone video) 3. make sure correct ports are forwarded and mapped 4. add the cap-add statement looks like the cap_add statement is already in the command root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='openvpn-as' --net='bridge' --log-opt max-size='20m' --log-opt max-file='1' --privileged=true -e TZ="America/Los_Angeles" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'PGID'='100' -e 'PUID'='99' -p '943:943/tcp' -p '9443:9443/tcp' -p '1194:1194/udp' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/openvpn-as':'/config':'rw' --cap-add=NET_ADMIN 'linuxserver/openvpn-as'
  8. @aptalca you are exactly right, I'm guilty of RTFM no doubt. I did try and read it, but it was beyond me. [SOLVED] I got the regular docker template, and made some changes/additions. Repository: "linuxserver/openvpn-as:2.6.1-ls11" Network type: Host Privileged: ON and had to add a couple VARIABLES, I think: INTERFACE, and one of the PGID or PUID variables too. Once I muddled through those bits, it came back up. It did take a minute or two. It was tripping over something initially (something about finding an old configuration, and I should run command DELETE), but I didn't do anything, and it came up. I don't see any errors in the logs any longer. Weird that I had to make additions and changes to the template. Last time, it was only a couple changes that @SpaceInvaderOne made in his video. But it's a little old now, 12/2017.
  9. I'm finally getting around to fixing openvpn-as, and it looks like I'm a few weeks behind all the threads. My openvpn-as stopped connecting, can't get to web-ui either. I deleted the docker, image, and appdata. The new settings don't match what Spacedinvader's video has, there's no INTERFACE section. A bunch of the defaults that come up are not the same. When I just do the best I can in there, and hit Apply, still no web-gui. I see that some folks posted docker pull linuxserver/openvpn-as:2.6.1-ls11 But I can't get this command to work in either the Main ">_", or in the docker Console >_ docker pull does return a message, so there is a "docker" command in the Main console, but it gets confused when I put the rest of the "linuxserver/openvpn-as:2.6.1-ls11" on the line, also with "double quotes". I tried installing the docker, then updating the Repository in the Docker template to "linuxserver/openvpn-as:2.6.1-ls11" but I still don't get any of the correct fields. Would someone spell out the steps for rolling this back correctly to make it work for the interim? Including turning off auto-update to keep it from breaking automatically during the next update? whuffie in advance.
  10. It out put the correct info: IP, the mysite.duckdns.org, and the alias nextcloud.mysite.com, it's the nextcloud config.
  11. @ijuarezah yeah, DDNS, like dynamic dns right? I use Duck DNS my host is Zuver for both DNS and web hosting. @j0nnymoe something tells me there's more to it. Like here chbmb adds a few lines to /config/www/nextcloud/config/config.php, and the 'trusted_domains' array. Adding those lines don't do the trick, and also break it locally. As soon as I revert back to a saved config.php, it works locally again, but I still can't get to my sub-domain, nextcloud.myserver.com:444
  12. Thanks @j0nnymoe I was hoping it was going to be that easy, but it's not responding. I opened port 444, forwarded it on the router to the server. I can get to nextcloud locally, 192.168.11.53:444 I get a time-out unreachable for both my subdomain, and my direct IP (from whatismyip) the port is open, I checked port 444 at https://www.canyouseeme.org/
  13. Got nextcloud up and running, and I'd like to make it visible outside of my network without using Letsencrypt. It was my understanding I could use SSL, have it not be valid, and still get the benefit of the encryption - with a nag screen. Where are the settings to allow Nextcloud to function with a subdomain, nextcloud.myserver.com:5678 ? thanks!
  14. Wondering if it's possible to set this up without being able to forward external ports to different internal ports, as Spaceinvader One suggests port 80 > 180, 443 > 1443. My crap-tastic router doesn't support it! So, will I be able to get my Nextcloud visible outside my LAN? thanks!
  15. Doesn't look like this is current any longer, 6.6.7..?