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[DOCKER] Filezilla Client

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Docker based on the new RDP app in a browser base image,

 

filezilla 3.10.3

 

this will be the support thread going forward.

 

 

now in my normal repo.

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boo boo in the template.  Submitted a PR

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boo boo in the template.  Submitted a PR

 

PM me the error, have to change the webui link too.

 

copy pasta'd from another container, lol.

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At this rate, my desktop and my laptop are going to become very expensive RDP clients and not a lot else...

 

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At this rate, my desktop and my laptop are going to become very expensive RDP clients and not a lot else...

 

I accept no liability for your machines becoming redundant..... 

 

 

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At this rate, my desktop and my laptop are going to become very expensive RDP clients and not a lot else...

 

I accept no liability for your machines becoming redundant.....

 

Joking aside I think it's a great thing, doesn't tie me to a single location, having two instances of a program and trying to keep them in sync was a pain.  This way it's lik my own little cloud computing network.  Fantastic I say!!

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oh oh oh oh oh oh oh i cant hold it much longer

 

is this client or server only?????

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oh oh oh oh oh oh oh i cant hold it much longer

 

is this client or server only?????

 

client,

 

filezilla server is windows only.

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oh oh oh oh oh oh oh i cant hold it much longer

 

is this client or server only?????

 

client,

 

filezilla server is windows only.

 

Oh i got to change my pants, finally, i dont even need a kvm now!

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oh oh oh oh oh oh oh i cant hold it much longer

 

is this client or server only?????

 

client,

 

filezilla server is windows only.

 

Oh i got to change my pants, finally, i dont even need a kvm now!

 

Umm Sparky since im using port 3389 for guacamole for handbrake what can i use for filezilla, if i can only use one they see ya later Handbrake

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oh oh oh oh oh oh oh i cant hold it much longer

 

is this client or server only?????

 

client,

 

filezilla server is windows only.

 

Oh i got to change my pants, finally, i dont even need a kvm now!

 

Umm Sparky since im using port 3389 for guacamole for handbrake what can i use for filezilla, if i can only use one they see ya later Handbrake

 

 

put 3389 on the container port side, anything you like on the host port side and use that port in guacamole setup.

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This is indeed fantastic sparklyballs! Thank you very much for this!

 

One question: is it also possible to connect to the filezilla docker with a non-browser based rdp tool?

...mainly in order to better resolution handling.

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This is indeed fantastic sparklyballs! Thank you very much for this!

 

One question: is it also possible to connect to the filezilla docker with a non-browser based rdp tool?

...mainly in order to better resolution handling.

 

right click the docker icon, select edit and in the port section add 3389 on host and container side. save out the changes.

 

if you already have port 3389 assigned to another docker, change the HOST SIDE ONLY to something else and use that port in whatever you connect with, keeping the container side as 3389.

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This is indeed fantastic sparklyballs! Thank you very much for this!

 

One question: is it also possible to connect to the filezilla docker with a non-browser based rdp tool?

...mainly in order to better resolution handling.

 

right click the docker icon, select edit and in the port section add 3389 on host and container side. save out the changes.

 

if you already have port 3389 assigned to another docker, change the HOST SIDE ONLY to something else and use that port in whatever you connect with, keeping the container side as 3389.

 

Great, it works :)

Thank you for the quick pointer!

 

One more question though: is there any way to increase the resolution?

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This is indeed fantastic sparklyballs! Thank you very much for this!

 

One question: is it also possible to connect to the filezilla docker with a non-browser based rdp tool?

...mainly in order to better resolution handling.

 

right click the docker icon, select edit and in the port section add 3389 on host and container side. save out the changes.

 

if you already have port 3389 assigned to another docker, change the HOST SIDE ONLY to something else and use that port in whatever you connect with, keeping the container side as 3389.

 

Great, it works :)

Thank you for the quick pointer!

 

One more question though: is there any way to increase the resolution?

 

the base image developer has another branch that has better resolution but i'm holding off on it till he gives the ok on stability.

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This is indeed fantastic sparklyballs! Thank you very much for this!

 

One question: is it also possible to connect to the filezilla docker with a non-browser based rdp tool?

...mainly in order to better resolution handling.

 

right click the docker icon, select edit and in the port section add 3389 on host and container side. save out the changes.

 

if you already have port 3389 assigned to another docker, change the HOST SIDE ONLY to something else and use that port in whatever you connect with, keeping the container side as 3389.

 

Great, it works :)

Thank you for the quick pointer!

 

One more question though: is there any way to increase the resolution?

 

the base image developer has another branch that has better resolution but i'm holding off on it till he gives the ok on stability.

 

OK, cross the fingers then, thank you once again!

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In the meantime you can adjust the resolution by editing the template and add the environment variables width and height. Make the values whatever you wish.

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Docker on unRAID is getting more and more awesome every day. You guys rock!

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In the meantime you can adjust the resolution by editing the template and add the environment variables WIDTH and HEIGHT. Make the values whatever you wish.

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In the meantime you can adjust the resolution by editing the template and add the environment variables WIDTH and HEIGHT. Make the values whatever you wish.

 

 

good tip.

 

i'll add to template.xml with a default setting of 1280 x 720

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I don't care what resolution!!!

 

I got filezilla and guacamole i just need chips and maybe some corona and i;m set

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