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  1. Upgraded to 6.2 from 6.1 today and it prompts me to upgrade SABnzbd. When I tell it to go ahead though it downloads the files and then errors out with... Error: layers from manifest does not match image configuration This is not the only docker to throw this error (plex, sonarr, mariadb have issues as well). Dolphin, AirVideo and CUPS have no problems though. FYI Sabnzbd is running fine despite failing the upgrade. That'll teach me to ignore my general plan of letting a major update sit for a week before updating. Tolax
  2. Bingo - updating the UI fixed it thank you (knew it was something stupid on my end)
  3. Probably doing something stupid here but AirVideo is the one docker I am struggling to get running. I've tried adding it via 'apps' and 'Add Container'. Error message is always the same.... root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name="AirVideoServer" --net="host" --privileged="true" -e FOLDERS="Movies:/movies, TVShows:/tv" -e TZ="America/Los_Angeles" -p 45631:45631/tcp -v "/mnt/user/media/Movies/":"/movies":rw -v "/mnt/user/media/TV Shows/":"/tv":rw -v "/mnt/user/appdata/AirVideoServer":"/config":rw eroz/airvideo Unable to find image 'T
  4. So after several attempts here are the steps I go through to get this to work.... I am running RC10 with SAB, SickBeard, mySQL (xbmc), AirVideo, SimpleFeatures. My server IP is (so if following these steps change this as necessary). My phpVirtualBox is installed at /mnt/cache/appdata/www/phpvirtualbox-4.2-4/ Download files and save them as per the link in the first post (thanks Iainie) Connect to server via telnet and run... /boot/packages/installpkg vbox-4.2.6-unRAID-3.4.24.tgz VBoxManage setproperty websrvauthlibrary null VBoxManage setproperty vrd
  5. lainie - just wanted to thank you for putting this together. Works really nicely so thank you. One tip for the unwise- and no I did not do this and then struggle for 6 hours until I had one of those 'no it can't be that obvious moments', no siree bob - if you are creating a new virtual machine the default hd it creates writes out to the flash drive. So it tends to abort half way through any OS install when it runs out of space. Creating a new VM and manually adding a virtual HD to one of your user mnt's makes everything work. Wow glad I did not make that mistake..... Tolax