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  1. I'm getting 504 [error,getplugins]) Gateway Time-out
  2. Same here. scheduler did not fix it. It's reassuring to know I'm not the only one with these problems though.
  3. @timmo I would suggest migrating to shoginn-dump1090 and related containers as they are better maintained (maintainer is an unraid user here!) and have more options for usage of your receiver data.
  4. Fork was a poor choice of words but you know what I mean. If the way statping is staged in the author's dockerfile changes in a way that is incompatible with what you have done (new volumes? exposes new ports? requires changed/new dependencies?) then you're a link in the chain that needs to respond before updates to containers on unraid aren't broken. Are you volunteering to take on that responsibility? I will make a PR to the author with your changes to see if there is a compromise to be had first.
  5. If you're talking about the Remote Access setting in Plex the way I do it is by setting the port manually (in plex). Then you can the Service Type TCP in statping on that port.
  6. This is awesome! Could I convince you to PR your changes to the original repository though? Or I can do it. I'd rather not have to use a fork if possible, for simplicity's sake.
  7. Thanks @Ding Dong Del I have added the extra parameters advice to the OP. If more users comment saying that works for them then I will update the template to add it as a default -- @DarkstarLux @waveworm @Fpsware @mikeydk And thanks everyone else for feedback on DB connections. I've personally only used it with postgres so wasn't aware there was an issue with mysql. Glad sqlite is working! P.S. I am not the maintainer of this docker (just the unraid template! 😬) so I can't do anything about PUID/PGID and TZ as variables but I will open an issue on the author's repo asking about it!
  8. @PSYCHOPATHiO ive mentioned that issue in the support thread! In the docker settings set mlat and mlat w/o gps to no.
  9. Application Name: statping Application Site: https://demo.statping.com Github Repo: https://github.com/hunterlong/statping Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/hunterlong/statping Template Repo: https://github.com/FoxxMD/unraid-docker-templates Overview Statping is an easy to use Status Page for your websites and applications. Statping will automatically fetch the application and render a beautiful status page with tons of features for you to build an even better status page. This Status Page generator allows you to use MySQL, Postgres, or SQLite on multiple operating systems. There are also statping client apps available for iphone/android. Requirements A database (mysql/postgres/sqlite) connection Some users report mysql does not currently work Usage On startup save your database connection through the Web UI. You're done! Refer to the project site for more info on setting up plugins, etc. Troubleshooting user doesn't have permission to write to this directory In the Advanced View of the app edit page add the following the extra parameters field --user 99:100 Error 1298: Unknown or incorrect time zone: 'UTC' Ensure the timezone is properly set and passed to the container as a variable using the key TZ
  10. @jandro4321 The dockerfile does not expose port 8080 (which is where the internal webserver serves from) and I'm also not sure if any extra is required to start the internal webserver, other than starting dump1090. This is a question @ShoGinn would be able to answer! However you can also use shoginn-vrs (in Community Apps) to get a much more fully featured aircraft tracking app and use this app as the data source for it.
  11. Application Name: shoginn-vrs Application Site: http://virtualradarserver.co.uk Github Repo: https://github.com/ShoGinn/virtualradarserver-docker Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/shoginn/vrs @ShoGinn <3 Template Repo: https://github.com/FoxxMD/unraid-docker-templates Overview Virtual Radar Server is an open-source .NET application used to overlay and track the real time position of aircraft on a map within a modern browser. VRS can receive aircraft data from a multitude of sources including ADS-B streams. Requirements A configuration directory (default mapped to /mnt/user/appdata/vrs) A port exposed for the web ui (default mapped to 8117) Optionally, if you want to see anything, you will need to configure at least one Receiver (data source). I highly recommend a cheap RTL-SDR usb device and shoginn-dump1090, available in Community Apps Usage (Setup) The Admin Interface can be accessed at http://IP:PORT/VirtualRadar/WebAdmin/Index.html Adding a Data Source (Receiver) Access the Admin Interface Navigate to Options => Receiver Locations Add a new Location with the Lat/Long of your data source Navigate to Options => Receivers Add a new Receiver and specify Location from the dropdown as the one added from above Use these settings if you are using shoginn-dump1090: Format: AVR or Beast Raw Feed | Address: [IP of dump1090] | Port: [Port of dump1090] Check "Send keep-alive packets" Make sure to hit Save at the bottom of the page! Your data source is now setup and should be feeding VRS. You can verify this by going to Connector Activity Log (located on the Admin Interface). Saving Default Client Settings (Map Location, etc.) Navigate to the Web UI for shoginn-vrs In the top-left corner navigate Menu => Options To set default Map Location On the General tab click "Set current location", then drag the marker to the desired center position on the map Set any other default settings in the Options window at this time, then close it In a new window navigate to http://IP:PORT/VirtualRadar/settings.html Click Export Settings Copy all of the text in the input box that appears In the Admin Interface navigate to Options => Initial Settings Paste the contents of the input box into the input box for Exported settings Save your changes at the bottom of the page Using VRS with a reverse proxy (nginx) Refer to this comment for how to setup VRS behind a reverse proxy.
  12. Application Name: shoginn-flightaware Application Site: https://uk.flightaware.com/adsb/flightfeeder/ Github Repo: https://github.com/ShoGinn/flightaware Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/shoginn/flightaware @ShoGinn <3 Template Repo: https://github.com/FoxxMD/unraid-docker-templates Overview FlightAware is a digital aviation company that operates a flight tracking and data platform. This docker contains the binary for FlightAware's FlightFeeder application, which consumes an ADSB feed and uploads the parsed data to FA. Usage To properly use this docker you must have: A sharing key received by registering an account on FA and then claiming a new receiver. An ADSB feed for the application to consume. If you have a radio device, like an RTL-SDR, you can use shoginn-dump1090 to create this feed. (Additional instructions on how to passthrough your RTL-SDR usb device are in the linked thread
  13. Application Name: shoginn-flightradar24 Application Site: https://www.flightradar24.com/share-your-data Github Repo: https://github.com/ShoGinn/flightradar24 Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/shoginn/flightradar24 @ShoGinn <3 Template Repo: https://github.com/FoxxMD/unraid-docker-templates Overview FlightRadar24 is a Swedish internet-based service that shows real-time commercial aircraft flight information on a map. This docker contains FR24's binary for consuming an ADSB feed and uploading the parsed data to FR24. Usage To properly use this docker you must have: A sharing key received by registering an account on FR24 and "activating" a new receiver. An ADSB feed for the application to consume. If you have a radio device, like an RTL-SDR, you can use shoginn-dump1090 to create this feed. Note: There is a known bug in the current binary builds of fr24's application. If your container crashes during startup try setting mlat and mlat w/o gps to no.
  14. @PSYCHOPATHiO Gone are the days where only the container your rtl-sdr device is attached to can use it -- now that you can expose the port it is feeding to anything can consume it! I didn't have time to get these published today but I have templates for flightradar24 and flightaware that I will hopefully get published tomorrow. You can consume the adsb data from dump1090 using those dockers. @ShoGinn has additional dockers I haven't had a chance to look at yet that can also consume this data. Perhaps a self-hosted flight tracker web ui as well? Stay tuned! I'll have more apps within this ecosystem up shortly (and will edit the OP when they are)
  15. Application Name: shoginn-dump1090 Application Site: https://github.com/flightaware/dump1090 Github Repo: https://github.com/ShoGinn/dump1090 Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/shoginn/dump1090 @ShoGinn❤️ Template Repo: https://github.com/FoxxMD/unraid-docker-templates Overview dump1090 is a program that outputs ADSB data by decoding it from a software-accessible radio device. This data can be used to identify and track aircraft. This application works well with these other community apps: Usage dump1090 is typically used in conjunction with one or more other applications that consume the data it outputs. This application template provides default port mapping for the two types of data feeds, raw and BEAST, which these other applications will consumes. You must map a compatible host device into this container in order for dump1090 to work properly (instructions linked). In most cases this is an RTL-SDR usb device.