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Download Station is Transmission just with Synology web ui over it. If you need a hand with running qbittorrent or deluge inside a container, please start a new topic describing what image you have used and what exact steps did you do, or PM me and I will help you in private with it.A horrible option I have written off many times before. I've also tried Transmission.
This sounds like the problem I had (and still have) Sonarr couldn't move the files. I played with "rights" and PUID/GUID all day and nothing was accomplished. My half-baked solution was to create a folder...There was no error at all. the files just remained where they were.
Can you verify that the container has indeed created that gmovies folder bu using bash command inside it and browsing to the folder?
To follow up on this (as I've made some headway)... Originally I wanted sonarr to transfer files to /video/tv shows/* (the shared folder created by Video Station). I could never get the transfer to work, so I added a /tv shows folder under /docker/sonarr/tv shows (that worked).There was no error at all. the files just remained where they were.
Have you tried to create auth and core.conf files as explained in the link? Ofc, you will have to make these changed on the container level not the locations that are mentioned in the deluge help considering those are referring to package center (bare metal) install of Deluge.I have tried on my Windows 10 machine w/deluge client to connect to my docker instance using 192.168.1.101:58846 using default login credentials, admin/deluge, I've also done my best to try and recreate the instructions here [Solved] Trying to setup a client/server connection on my LAN - Deluge Forum but I cannot get a valid connection remotely to the daemon to save my life.
That's where I'm running into the problem. SSH into the running docker container returns 2 results for auth:Have you tried to create auth and core.conf files as explained in the link? Ofc, you will have to make these changed on the container level not the locations that are mentioned in the deluge help considering those are referring to package center (bare metal) install of Deluge.
root@synologyfZ:/# find / 2> /dev/null -name "auth" /var/lib/pam/auth /config/auth
/volume1/@appstore/deluge/var/auth cat /volume1/@appstore/deluge/var/auth localclient:3e65eff431a1cb44685abf534dfdb4bf13e4d898ddd:10