Cynagen

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  1. Docker.img got corrupted, had to readd L2P, and well, the new configuration sucks cause when I scan for channels from Plex, it says it found none, despite there being 46 listed in the logs. "Found 46 stations", and Plex comes back with "No channels found. Make sure your device has a signal from your antenna and try scanning again." Really really wish I didn't have to be forced to update my software, original version was working fine. Anyone else run into this issue? It's not documented anywhere else it seems. FIX: Had to manually add the address and port number to Plex for it to re
  2. And this is why I never rush to update third-party software that doesn't have an "install" button for it natively. Sorry I can't help you folks, but I refuse to touch my docker any more after watching everyone else bork theirs with updates.
  3. You must subscribe to Locast before you can set up this docker unfortunately. (Err logging in) Additionally, there is no appdata folder that I'm aware of, all the required variables are set through docker template environment variables as outlined.
  4. I don't have any suggestions, sorry. If you're saying the Auto-discovery can't find it, that happens. Use the option to provide the address manually. Same address you visited in the browser to verify the XML page showing.
  5. I would say no on the OpenVPN support built-in as that's opening a whole extra can of worms that can be easily accomplished using a router such as pfSense. You can assign a docker an individual IP address, and in <insert preferred OSS routing platform>, initiate the VPN connection, and then set up rules to route all of it's traffic requests out that VPN gateway instead, getting the same effect, without the added complexities to the docker. I have found a way to get Locast2Plex working under unRAID's docker successfully! You'll need Community Apps plugin, and in it's settings, e