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Hello. Im trying to setup Deluge Docker with my VPNSecure details and i cant get it to work. It works fine is i turn the VPN off. 

 

Ive used these details:

Key1: yes
Key2: <my username>
Key3: <my password>
Key 4: custom
Key 5: openvpn
Key 6: i've left this blank, i don't know what it is
Key 7: yes

 

Ive downloaded the .ovpn file i need from VPNSecure and placed it it /appdata/binhex-delugevpn/openvpn

I also placed a few other files supplied by them in there, the folder contains:

myusernam.key

ca.crt

credentials.conf (generated by the Docker)

dh2048.pem

nl1-TCP-myusernam.ovpn

myusernam.crt

 

When i try to go to the webUi on port 8112, nothing happens.

 

Im fairly new to this - short of getting a PIA account, can anyone help?

 

Many thanks.

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4 minutes ago, wobblewoo said:

Hello. Im trying to setup Deluge Docker with my VPNSecure details and i cant get it to work. It works fine is i turn the VPN off. 

 

Ive used these details:

Key1: yes
Key2: <my username>
Key3: <my password>
Key 4: custom
Key 5: openvpn
Key 6: i've left this blank, i don't know what it is
Key 7: yes

 

Ive downloaded the .ovpn file i need from VPNSecure and placed it it /appdata/binhex-delugevpn/openvpn

I also placed a few other files supplied by them in there, the folder contains:

myusernam.key

ca.crt

credentials.conf (generated by the Docker)

dh2048.pem

nl1-TCP-myusernam.ovpn

myusernam.crt

 

When i try to go to the webUi on port 8112, nothing happens.

 

Im fairly new to this - short of getting a PIA account, can anyone help?

 

Many thanks.

do this:- https://github.com/binhex/documentation/blob/master/docker/faq/help.md

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7 minutes ago, wobblewoo said:

Thanks and done. It created (multiple) 10Mb text files with what looked like repeated info, so ive scrubbed alot of it. I can also see an IP address in the Netherlands, which is what i wanted

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this is the issue, from your log:-

2021-04-21 17:16:11 neither stdin nor stderr are a tty device and you have neither a controlling tty nor systemd - can't ask for 'Enter Private Key Password:'.  If you used --daemon, you need to use --askpass to make passphrase-protected keys work, and you can not use --auth-nocache.
2021-04-21 17:16:11 Exiting due to fatal error

so you have a pass phrase on your private key, but there is no way to enter in the pass phrase, simples solution is to go to vpn provider and remove the pass phrase, make sure you re-download and replace files after this.

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On 4/17/2021 at 2:04 PM, chris_netsmart said:

I have gotten to start again, but uninstalling it and reinstalling it  but I am still now able to webGUI onto it

 

 

deluge settings

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I'm assuming you are using Djoss's image. In the settings it states "NOTE: This applies only when Network Type is set to Bridge. For other network types, port 5800 should be used instead." Give 5800 a try. 

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14 minutes ago, binhex said:

so you have a pass phrase on your private key, but there is no way to enter in the pass phrase, simples solution is to go to vpn provider and remove the pass phrase, make sure you re-download and replace files after this.

Thanks @binhex Nice Avatar, reminds me of being a kid again.

 

I cant see a way of doing that (removing passphrase) so i've just sent a support ticket to VPNSecure.me. 

 

In the meantime, whats this:
If you used --daemon, you need to use --askpass to make passphrase-protected keys work, and you can not use --auth-nocache.

 

 

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On 4/5/2017 at 12:49 AM, danith said:

For anyone else with this, make a file with the password in /config/openvpn/, then in the docker settings set the VPN_OPTIONS key to --askpass /config/openvpn/<file with the password in it>

@danith I have the same error trying to use the Deluge Container, can you help?

 

I've put these files downloaded from my VPNSecure into appdata/binhex-delugevpn/openvpn

ca.crt

dh2048.pem

myusername.crt

myusername.key

nl1-TCP-myusername.ovpn

 

Then i asked VPNSecure for my password and they sent a 'key file', when i open it, its formatted like this:

-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
xxxxxx A String of characters xxxxxx
-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----

 

I put that file, called myusername.pass into the same openvpn folder as above and add this to Key 6 VPN_OPTIONS:

--askpass /config/openvpn/wobblewoo.pass

 

It still doesn't work, Can you help?

 

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3 minutes ago, wobblewoo said:

Then i asked VPNSecure for my password and they sent a 'key file', when i open it, its formatted like this:

-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
xxxxxx A String of characters xxxxxx
-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----

strip out everything apart from the <string of characters>, you simply want the password only in that file.

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Done, still not working, same error in the log.

 

There were line breaks within the .pass file, but i left those. Ive attached what it looks like, i've amended a load of characters so its not exact.

 

All the files seem to contain:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- -----BEGIN DH PARAMETERS----- -----BEGIN ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY----- etc

 

I don't know if it matters, but the .ovpn file seems to contain some or all of the other files within it.

 

For instance, if i open the .ovpn file, within a <ca></ca> tag is the details held in the ca.crt file.

 

 

test.pass.txt

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16 hours ago, wobblewoo said:

There were line breaks within the .pass file, but i left those.

i would guess it would have to be all on a single line, try removing the line breaks.

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Hello there, I have troubles connecting to my custom wireguard server using the image.
It used to work perfectly but then something has happened. I noticed that after Docker Desktop update.
Host OS: macOS 11.2.3 (20D91)
 

Please help to resolve the issue.

 

The gist of it looks like that (full supervisord.log is attached)
 

2021-04-23 21:41:03,626 DEBG 'start-script' stderr output:
[#] ip link add wg0 type wireguard

2021-04-23 21:41:03,629 DEBG 'start-script' stderr output:
Error: Unknown device type.

2021-04-23 21:41:03,632 DEBG 'start-script' stderr output:
Unable to access interface: Protocol not supported

2021-04-23 21:41:03,633 DEBG 'start-script' stderr output:
[#] ip link delete dev wg0

2021-04-23 21:41:03,638 DEBG 'start-script' stderr output:
Cannot find device "wg0"

2021-04-23 21:41:03,639 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output:
[warn] WireGuard interface failed to come 'up', exit code is '1'

 

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I used this docker in the past and really liked it but ran into a few issues with deluge v2 so switched to qBittorrentVPN. I saw that the app has been updated so thought I would give it a try but it doesn't seem to be starting. Can't connect to the webUI. Looked at the supervisord log and it seems to be an issue with PIA. I'm using exactly the same openvpn directory with both dockers and qBit connects without any issue so I'm not sure what's going on. I've attached supervisord.log.

 

supervisord.log

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Not entirely clear on last part of switching to Wireguard

 

Do I need to download any files from PIA?

 

How do I change that /config/wireguard/wg0.conf ? file

 

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1 hour ago, erfly7 said:

Not entirely clear on last part of switching to Wireguard

 

Do I need to download any files from PIA?

 

How do I change that /config/wireguard/wg0.conf ? file

 

Wireguard is not required, if your in this forum then speed is not going to improve anything when you can be using TCP and not UDP.

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20 hours ago, wgstarks said:

I used this docker in the past and really liked it but ran into a few issues with deluge v2 so switched to qBittorrentVPN. I saw that the app has been updated so thought I would give it a try but it doesn't seem to be starting. Can't connect to the webUI. Looked at the supervisord log and it seems to be an issue with PIA. I'm using exactly the same openvpn directory with both dockers and qBit connects without any issue so I'm not sure what's going on. I've attached supervisord.log.

 

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I had a similar issue where the Deluge and Deluge Web UI weren't starting. I was using an older image and ended up just deleting the image and the directory and started from scratch. It worked after that, but I was unable to determine the root cause from the docker log and the logs in the container. I couldn't even manually start the service. 

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45 minutes ago, Roudy said:

 

I had a similar issue where the Deluge and Deluge Web UI weren't starting. I was using an older image and ended up just deleting the image and the directory and started from scratch. It worked after that, but I was unable to determine the root cause from the docker log and the logs in the container. I couldn't even manually start the service. 

This was the current build but with my previous config. I might give it a shot from scratch and see if that works.

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19 hours ago, ados said:

Wireguard is not required, if your in this forum then speed is not going to improve anything when you can be using TCP and not UDP.

Don't understand?

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3 hours ago, erfly7 said:

Don't understand?

Wireguard is a new VPN protocol written from the ground up as an alternative to the openVPN standard.

However, unless its changed fundamentally it works only with UDP and not TCP, for what your doing the slightly slower but more reliable TCP of openVPN will be better.

 

You should also be focusing on support which with Wireguard is less since its new, less server nodes support it and you need nodes with port forwarding support which are already a rare before looking at Wireguard.

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1 hour ago, ados said:

Wireguard is a new VPN protocol written from the ground up as an alternative to the openVPN standard.

However, unless its changed it works only with UDP and not TCP, for what you doing the slightly slower but more reliable TCP of openVPN will be better.

 

You should also be focusing on support which with Wireguard is less since its new, less server nodes support it and you need nodes with port forwarding support which are already a rare before looking at Wireguard.

Ok thanks sorry.

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