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1.19 is the bitwardenrs one not the official one. These 2 version have nothing in common apart that they can use the same client version apps.Is that (the self hosted version 1.19) far behind the 1.40 release, or do both version numbers not correlate with each other.
You can use theHi Rusty
An idle question, but can you set watchtower to simply inform you of new versions? Or is it purely to silently update?
--monitor-onlyflag. Initially, WT didn't have this option but about a year or two ago it was implemented.
So the port you need to use is 32769 (the one referencing port 80 on the container side).
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Yes, bw needs to run on https. best to run it like that. Look into reverse proxy resource on the forum and configure it that way, then try and create an accountRusty:
Thank you. That fixed it right up. However, now, when I try to create an account, I get an error that I must do so through an https site. While this is all a bit over my head, I suspect I'm running into the SMTP issue described on page 1 of this thread. Is there a walkthrough for that portion?
Yes, bw needs to run on https. best to run it like that. Look into reverse proxy resource on the forum and configure it that way, then try and create an account
That certificate would not work because it has no coverage for the custom bitwarden.nameofnas.synolog.me domain name.Is this the certificate that I want to use to set up the reverse proxy?