mheeniac

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  1. I can confirm that I see the same behaviour, on both of my Unraid systems running 6.9.0 beta 30. Was also able to fix using the same workaround.
  2. I am very new to this so I am sure I am missing something simple, but I can't get this to work. I have this docker image running in host mode, with the standard ports. However, I cannot seem to get any queries through to it. If I run nslookup www.gooogle.com <unraid ip> I get connection timed out; no servers could be reached I have also tried using the host command, as well as setting my laptop's DNS server to unraid's IP. I also see no queries on the web portal dashboard. Am I missing a step here?
  3. EDIT: I only now fully understand Jidovu's post, seems it is impossible to run this as a docker container in unraid. ORIGINAL POST: I have tried it and that does seem to pull it down. However, I believe that is all it does, it does not start it. I tried starting it from command line but to no success. I then attempted to create the container entirely in command line using this source to no avail. I edited his line to be this: docker run -it --rm -e CHE_HOST=<MY_UNRAID_IP> -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v /mnt/user/appdata/data/:/dat
  4. I just broke my server trying to add some drives using a friend's PSU SATA power cable. Guess I found out the hard way that those are not standardised... Anyways, I'll give this a go as soon as I have it back up. What is the :rc supposed to do actually, is it some flag to pull a specific release from the repo? Thank you for your suggestion, I'll post my results as soon as I have them
  5. Ah that explains why I could find so little about it, thank you for your reply Jidovu!
  6. So far all the containers I wanted were conveniently available through the CA database. Now I wanted to run an Eclipse/che docker container, which is not available through CA. Here is what I have tried: Use CA to search for Eclipse/che on DockerHub Click install on the corresponding docker container (https://hub.docker.com/r/eclipse/che/) Create a Port configuration to map a host port to to Container port 8080 Create a path configuration to container path /home/ (I had no idea what to put here actually) Click apply and cross fingers Receive the
  7. I am getting the same problem. Deleted and did it again because I thought I must have selected the wrong version by accident but no success. Can confirm the naming says Catalina but when I get to the install it says Mojave.
  8. I have everything set-up, but I am unable to delete a user and get the following error: "error": "SQLite Error 19: 'FOREIGN KEY constraint failed'." I have found two issues of this on GitHub, but the first is closed as they said it was resolved in an update, and the second someone mentioned manually deleting the foreign keys. I looked into the three different .db files using the docker terminal, but was unable to correctly view these files as it needs a windows based system I assume. Anyone got any ideas apart from re-installing the docker?