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47 minutes ago, jj_uk said:

Sorry, I was referring to the WebUI for Google Music Manager, which this thread also covers.

Maybe the author (rix) could start another separate thread for GMM support.

 

How do you access VNC for this container?

 

 

 

For time reasons this single thread will suffice.

 

Use any VNC client to connect to the port defined when setting up the container. There is no web vnc client included.

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On 4/14/2018 at 11:51 AM, rix said:

You can't listen on IPv6 apparently

listen udp [::1]

 

You need to supply a config without the IPv6 blocks, then it should work. 

 

And yes you need to bind the /config path. Have you had the old image installed? The latest template on community applications has the mapping set. 

Hi,

 

I just installed dnscrypt-proxy on my unRAID machine. (v6.6.4). As you mentioned, if you don't have IPv6, you need to edit the toml-file. I used the template from community applications and I set a mapping for "/config". But there is no toml-file that I can edit. So my docker-app/-image always shutdowns immediatly. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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On 11/13/2018 at 12:05 PM, hpaar said:

Hi,

 

I just installed dnscrypt-proxy on my unRAID machine. (v6.6.4). As you mentioned, if you don't have IPv6, you need to edit the toml-file. I used the template from community applications and I set a mapping for "/config". But there is no toml-file that I can edit. So my docker-app/-image always shutdowns immediatly. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

See https://github.com/rix1337/docker-dnscrypt/issues/4

 

To be reachable outside your container, you cannot use localhost, but instead 0.0.0.0.

 

The best ressource on setting up the file is https://github.com/jedisct1/dnscrypt-proxy/wiki/Configuration

This image does only care about the toml being placed at /config

 

Hope that helps 👍

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just wondering if other file formats such as aiff could be supported? personally I do hear a difference between FLAC and AIFF

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Yes, just edit the script yourself to include an appropriate tool.

 

Ripper contains merely an example of what to do.

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9 hours ago, rix said:

Yes, just edit the script yourself to include an appropriate tool.

 

Ripper contains merely an example of what to do.

gosh, I wouldn't even know where to start......

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13 hours ago, Semajm85 said:

gosh, I wouldn't even know where to start......

havent heard of aiff before your request, so me neither.

 

best I can do is lead you towards your goal.

 

ripper will place a script (ripper.sh) at the /config volume

 

this script is responsible for the automated ripping process.

you can find the command responsible for creating mp3/flac  files at https://github.com/rix1337/docker-ripper/blob/eb5b89bebd46306521701cd8129ab4df4156ec75/root/ripper/ripper.sh#L100

 

all you need is to modify that line on your local machine.

how, I cannot tell you

 

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Hey this is awesome. Just came across this one. 

 

Where can the settings be edited? Can it rip direct to flac instead of wav first and then convert to flac and mp3 (if my understanding of the process is correct)

 

How does makemkv get updated? Is it automatic? How to edit makemkv options?

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, extremeaudio said:

Hey this is awesome. Just came across this one. 

 

Where can the settings be edited? Can it rip direct to flac instead of wav first and then convert to flac and mp3 (if my understanding of the process is correct)

 

How does makemkv get updated? Is it automatic? How to edit makemkv options?

 

 

 

i have to update the docker image manually so it gets rebuilt, upon a new makemkv release.

 

for editing the ripper script, see above.

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On 11/5/2018 at 9:52 AM, rix said:

For time reasons this single thread will suffice.

 

Use any VNC client to connect to the port defined when setting up the container. There is no web vnc client included.

 

OK so it's been a while and i've decided to set this up. I've logged in with a VNC client. The google login was there, so i logged in with my google credentials. 

After that, the screen went black and that's all that's there. Just a black screen. Any ideas?

 

The login was successful becasue  I received an email from google me of the login

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Just restart the container afterwards. The interface will show again.

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Whats the best nginx config to use for SyncLounge? I'm using LetsEncrypt docker and i can't seem to get the proxy pass to work for some reason, I've used a few different configs and was curious if you had a working example for this environment. Thanks abunch still new to all this.

 

EDIT: I also should add, the /ptserver proxypass works fine just for some reason the /ptweb proxy pass just goes back to the server root.

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more info

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On 1/16/2019 at 2:06 AM, HotelErotica said:

Whats the best nginx config to use for SyncLounge? I'm using LetsEncrypt docker and i can't seem to get the proxy pass to work for some reason, I've used a few different configs and was curious if you had a working example for this environment. Thanks abunch still new to all this.

 

EDIT: I also should add, the /ptserver proxypass works fine just for some reason the /ptweb proxy pass just goes back to the server root.

I have just double checked. The config from the github readme is working fine for me.

 

Make sure that the environment variables are set correctly to

 

DOMAIN=example.com

autoJoin=true

webroot=slweb

serverroot=slserver

autoJoinServer=https://example.com/slserver

 

so basically your nginx config will make sure that a local synclounge instance is served at https://example.com/slserver

not http://example.com/slserver, not https://www.example.com/slserver

 

double check DOMAIN and autoJoinServer

 

if you set this up according to the readme, this is the most likely mistake.

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Now makemkv seems to support UHD disc rip ing. Anyone tried this with ripper? Does it work? Any first hand info would have been great before I take the plunge and buy a couple drives that wont work.

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On 2/11/2019 at 4:02 PM, extremeaudio said:

Now makemkv seems to support UHD disc rip ing. Anyone tried this with ripper? Does it work? Any first hand info would have been great before I take the plunge and buy a couple drives that wont work.

Let me know if you find out.

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Hey @rix, just wanted to draw your attention to https://github.com/rix1337/docker-dnscrypt/issues/5. Just a small issue that crept up in the dnscrypt docker. I'm guessing github changed something in their release structure. Thanks for all the good work!

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Thank you @peteknot for informing me. I have fixed the regex. The next container build should work again.

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