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  1. That's what I was inquiring about, if that was possible to continue to add folders to the container template. And.... this is also what I was thinking as well. I'm going to try it - what's the WORST that could happen? So I added another path, guess I just have to wait for Sonarr to grab an episode for that particular path and see if it gets "picked up" So far, so good. I thought for sure the docker would implode after hitting apply.... but it did not.
  2. So I can continue to add "/mnt/user/Media/TV Shows NAS/TVSHOWNAME" to the same line? For some reason I don't think that will work. I (and I think the OP) want to add MORE TV Show folders to the container. For instance, have multiple TV show folders instead of just the TV Show Library. Right now I've pointed the "Library Movies" to another TV show instead of the Movie library. When I grab a new movie or TV show I want encoded, I have to go back into editing the container and point it directly to the new folder or said movie or TV Show and then when it's done, go back into the container and switch it back. I guess the easiest way to explain it would be to have multiple folders in the container: /mnt/user/Media/TV Shows NAS/Some TV Show#1 /mnt/user/Media/TV Shows NAS/Some TV Show#2 /mnt/user/Media/TV Shows NAS/Some TV Show#3
  3. Probably a dumb question; can you add more paths then just the default entire "TV" or "Movie" libraries? For instance there are certain shows I don't want to encode, so I've changed the TV Library to point to an individual TV Show (I've also changed the Movie Library to point to another TV Show Folder) - so that limits me to 2 "watched" folders. I've got about 6 TV Shows that are currently active that I'd like watched, is there anyway to just add more folders for this to watch?
  4. So how are they in there in the first place if an MKV container doesn't support it? I remove the non-english Subs out of the MKV via MKVToolNix, leaving only the English ones behind. It doesn't matter if the Subs are PGS or SRT, the encode still fails.
  5. I got all excited thinking there was a setting I missed that allows it to ignore subtitles. I keep the PGS English subs so I can watch movies at night in the bedroom at low volume without having to hear the Wife complain about the TV Volume being too loud. So, unfortunately for me, all my movies fail to encode. It's strange that Handbrake has no such issue with SUBS.....
  6. No errors on start/stop/restart of the container any longer. Looks like you nailed it! 👍 Excellent work bringing this over to unRaid! I only hope more people discover this and use it as sort of an appreciation of your hard work. Now I've just got to finalize my 'organization skills' as far as what I want where app wise and link wise. It's now a pinned tab in FireFox!
  7. You are correct, cache issue. That was strange because any other changes I made to the .json files appeared instantly. It never occurred to me that the links section would be effected by the cache.
  8. Just tried to edit the links.json file. Those will not change. Removed "Box" under "CLOUD" and changed it to my Seedbox URL - the "Box" link stayed. Changed the Youtube link from youtube.com/subscriptions to just youtube.com - again youtube.com/subscriptions showed back up. I stopped the docker and restarted it. Still the same links appeared. Now THAT is strange.
  9. I also forgot to add, that yes, the write permissions are correct. Since I had to remove the appdata/suistartpage folder and pull down the docker again, I'm able to modify that .json files without having to chmod the files & directories. So that worked.
  10. Deleting the appdata contents and forcing the update didn't pull down any files. I had to remove and re-install to get the files to show up. After that, using Jackett as an example, and re-starting the container after making the changes to the URL, it works. However, looking at the log entries there still seems to be some errors associated: [error] 13#13: *1 open() "/usr/share/nginx/html/favicon.ico" failed (2: No such file or directory), client:, server: localhost, request: "GET /favicon.ico HTTP/1.1", host: "" rm: can't remove '/usr/share/nginx/html/License.md': No such file or directory rm: can't remove '/usr/share/nginx/html/README.md': No such file or directory rm: can't remove '/usr/share/nginx/html/start.sh': No such file or directory Just a small tidbit, anyway to make it open the links in a new tab instead of opening the link in the same tab. Probably more convenient that way for the end user.
  11. As requested: The docker installs with all the files/directories protected, forcing the user to chmod -R +rwx /mnt/user/appdata/suistartpage in the terminal. Editing the apps.json in Notepad++ to the (serverIP):PORT for the associated docker fails to load the docker page. For instance editing the Jackett entry in the apps.json to: (serverIP):Port (in my case: returns a Error code: SSL_ERROR_RX_RECORD_TOO_LONG
  12. I am. The less this program has to do, the quicker it does it's job. I also have a process, load up the file in MKVToolNix, strip the unwanted Subs (different languages than English), Audio Streams (I leave the 'highest quality' audio stream in), etc..etc.. then move the video file over to the array for transcoding.
  13. CoZ

    NPM Install ?

    Thanks. That seemed to work. The Docker has to be running. I didn't realize that until later.
  14. CoZ

    NPM Install ?

    I know just enough to be dangerous to myself and my system. lol I take it I run that command in the unRaid CLI? So it would be: docker exec -it MagicMirror2 /bin/bash ?
  15. CoZ

    NPM Install ?

    Unfortunately, I don't have an option for a CLI on the container. Right clicking it only shows "Start / Edit / Remove / Support / More Info"