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  1. Hmm ok. Sounds like it might be a permissions issue then. Does it save all other preferences you change in Deluge?
  2. Default password is deluge. Have you tried entering that and change the default password from the preferences menu?
  3. I am not at all an expert, but what pops in my eyes is that you are missing a whitespace before the "\" in your -v parameters: -v /share/cachedev1_data/downloads/deluge/data:/data\ -v /share/cachedev1_data/downloads:/download \ -v /share/cachedev1_data/downloads/deluge/config:/config\ -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro \ Should probably be: -v /share/cachedev1_data/downloads/deluge/data:/data \ -v /share/cachedev1_data/downloads:/download \ -v /share/cachedev1_data/downloads/deluge/config:/config \ -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro \ See if that works?
  4. [SOLVED] I just installed this in docker on my Synology NAS but I have a problem with torrents not downloading or being able to send announce. All I get is Error: Connection Timed Out. Looking in my supervisord.log file I don't see any indications on any issues. Just so I dont spam this thread with a mile long log, you can see my log here: https://pastebin.com/5uEgUbhh I have forwarded the port from PIA in my router. Do you know what could be the problem? EDIT / UPDATE: I got the torrents to kinda work. The problem was that I had also setup a VPN connection in DSM. After deleting that and restarting Docker and my DelugeVPN container, I now got the announcement working. But it is not really downloading anything or it is being super slow. It looks like it keep disconnecting to the peers. This is my Deluge network settings. EDIT / UPDATE 2: I finally got it to work. My download paths was wrong. I added another mount by adding the line "-v /volume1/docker/deluge/downloads:/downloads" and pointed my download path to "/downloads" and that was the trick. I didn't realize that the path "/volume1/docker/deluge/downloads" wasn't accessible in the docker container. Anyways, instead of deleting my stupid post here, I will leave it for other newbies to find, ind case they run into the same trouble