Djoss

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  1. [Support] Djoss - FileBot

    Yes it's definitely possible to have a "watch" folder and I'm planning to do it. I'm just not sure yet what is the best way: simply call a user-defined script periodically (where the user will have the ability to call the AMC script) or have something more targeted toward the AMC script (where its behaviour is configurable via container settings (environment variables)).
  2. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    Did you look at the container's log?
  3. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    One way to work around this is to have sonarr/radarr watch a subfolder of Handbrake's output folder. A hook can be configured in the Handbrake container to move the converted video to this subfolder.
  4. It’s just to not give permissions that are not needed to the container. This way, you are assured that the container can’t touch in any way to your data.
  5. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    I personally don't use this workflow, but the way you described it could work. Unless some else already did this setup, you would have to do some experimentation ;).
  6. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    I think it could be possible. I will have a look at this...
  7. See https://github.com/jlesage/docker-crashplan-pro#cannot-restore-files Basically, edit the container's settings, toggle to the "Advanced view", edit the "Storage" setting and change the access mode the read/write.
  8. [Support] Djoss - FileBot

    I think the way to go is to include the folder in your filename format. See https://www.filebot.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=829#p5289
  9. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    Sure, a new image is currently building Thanks for reporting!
  10. [Support] Djoss - FileZilla

    This container is not using Wine. It is using the native Linux version (64bit). I guess your are talking about the Filezilla server, which is available only for Windows. By the way, 32bit support has been added to unRAID (since 6.4).
  11. Yes, that's exactly why I asked if there was something in the log indicating the expiration
  12. [Support] Djoss - CloudBerry Backup

    The new image is currently building. It should be available soon
  13. I agree! How did you realised that your account was expired? Is there something in service.log.0 that indicate that?
  14. [Support] Djoss - CloudBerry Backup

    Effectively, there is a newer version available. I will update the container image. Thanks for reporting!
  15. Did you look at log/service.log.0 in your appdata? In your history, we see that CrashPlan is starting often. Are you restarting the container? Or maybe it's CrashPlan that crashes?

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