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  1. Im connected to toronto without issue (with strict port forwarding set to off) - torrents happily transferring. have been for a couple days now.
  2. lol - I'll send you a tinfoil hat too
  3. Not even able to get into the browser - this log file entry seems to be making it where things can't even display: Internal error: Could not resolve keysym XF86FullScreen
  4. awful service? seems their support has been fairly responsive, and positive, in regards to the folks posting here...
  5. No - but the torrent client works best with port forwarding operable.
  6. until you have updated files you're trying to backup.
  7. Hey folks. Trying to start m,y Firefox docker that I've used for a while. It's not letting me connect to it. It's throwing the following error in the logs: Internal error: Could not resolve keysym XF86FullScreen Last time I started the docker (back in July) log doesn't show any issues. I installed a duplicate firefox container from scratch and it works...but I don't want to lose the plugins, open tabs, etc, from the one that isn't working... Any ideas? @Djoss
  8. Hmm - I don't have an issue with the webui not coming up. The appdata backup I could possibly see, but Deluge is completing torrents at various times of day, so I don't think that would cause the issue...if I knew where to look at the Deluge logs themselves to see what it says when a torrent completes and the move fails, it'd be a start
  9. Yeah - it's not that - I don't have any backups pulling from the Process folder (or any subfolders). Thanks for the thought tho!
  10. Morning everyone...I'm having a strange issue. Deluge is only moving SOME of the downloads it completes to the folder. Here's my settings in deluge: Here's the docker config: Media is the share name, Process is a folder under it. Completed_Downloads is a folder under Process. Here's a torrent that it finished downloading): And here it is sitting in the Incomplete: The video file in question is complete - plays end to end without issue. Any ideas? Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. I'm not sure where to go looking for the deluge log file. Clicking on Logs from the docker icon menu for the docker only shows system type logs with no log info about transfers, moves, etc. Thanks!
  11. Quick note - the is an internal IP on my network - and is actually a VM running on unraid - could it be some weird networking issue within unraid preventing it from communicating? 0.19 is the ip of the server. The server does have a default gateway set to 0.1 (my router)...hmmm.... I can get to it without issue from other computers, my phone, etc, all on the same network.
  12. Apologies - I just right clicked on the link in the bar in the dash. Here's the config from the plugin showing there's a port (medusa also has a port as you see and it works - which is working as mentioned earlier):
  13. im not using a reverse proxy. this is all internal traffic only
  14. Getting the same type of thing when using a URL to my SABnzbd docker ( But it's working properly with my Medusa docker (