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I'm setting up a template repository for a couple of docker containers I've created.

 

https://github.com/coppit/docker-templates

 

For support for each container, see the appropriate thread:

  • duckdns: Let anyone find your server using a name, even if your IP changes.
  • no-ip: Let anyone find your server using a name, even if your IP changes.
  • mumble: A voice-over-IP solution. I use it for Minecraft chatting for the kids.
  • inotify-command: Run a command when a file changes on the file system.
  • privoxy: Block ads, even on your iDevices.

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In your gitHub repo there seems to be missing the xml files for no-ip and mumble

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Yeah, I wanted to give them a once-over before putting them in. Done now.

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Mine seems to crash on launch every time with the following error:

 

[Jul 21 07:35:39] Something went wrong. Check your settings. Result was "KO".

 

My config is entered properly, and I tried the following:

 

DOMAINS='me'

TOKEN='mine'

 

DOMAINS=me

TOKEN=mine

 

DOMAINS="me"

TOKEN="mine"

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Log into your server, and run this:

 

curl 'https://www.duckdns.org/update?domains=$DOMAINS&token=$TOKEN&ip='

 

replace $DOMAINS and $TOKEN with the appropriate values, without any quotes. If it still fails, then the problem is with your values, not the container.

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Log into your server, and run this:

 

curl 'https://www.duckdns.org/update?domains=$DOMAINS&token=$TOKEN&ip='

 

replace $DOMAINS and $TOKEN with the appropriate values, without any quotes. If it still fails, then the problem is with your values, not the container.

 

it returned KO, no error message. that mean it worked?

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it returned KO, no error message. that mean it worked?

 

OK means success, KO means failure. Either your domain or key is wrong, or both.

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it returned KO, no error message. that mean it worked?

 

OK means success, KO means failure. Either your domain or key is wrong, or both.

 

yup, I am an idiot, I was passing .duckdns.org with it.

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I'm trying to get privoxy working with polipo, which would require me to point privoxy at polipo in the config. I notice in the template description: "Note that this container does not save any changes you make. So don't bother configuring it"

 

Given that, is there any way to get the 2 working together? As it sounds like anything I add to the privoxy conf will not be saved. Or would it be more advisable to try to find something on dockerhub instead where I can edit the conf file?

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I'm trying to get privoxy working with polipo, which would require me to point privoxy at polipo in the config. I notice in the template description: "Note that this container does not save any changes you make. So don't bother configuring it"

 

Given that, is there any way to get the 2 working together? As it sounds like anything I add to the privoxy conf will not be saved. Or would it be more advisable to try to find something on dockerhub instead where I can edit the conf file?

 

In case you haven't guessed, I'm not really supporting it too much. It was a short-lived experiment on my part. (It munged websites too much for my taste.) That said, if you find something that seems more robust, let me know and I'll take a look.

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