Firefly III has been an absolute pain. I am trying to install it from the past few days only to get 500 DB error. Several searches gave me several things to try out and nothing worked for me. Pausing the work till I get a video tutorial now. I really want to get Firefly III - looks so good.My Docker now has:
- Let's Encrypt
- Tiny Tiny RSS
Bitwarden is just perfect (and with TOTP enabled even more!).
Bookstack - to store personal notes, tutorials, guides to remember etc.
Tiny Tiny RSS - I used to use Inoreader (Pro license), but this is just a perfect alternative.
- Firefly III
you can do it m8!I clearly have no place in this thread as I only run one item in Docker (just Homebridge and even that only runs for a single Nest Thermostat).
I must lack imagination or something. I have messed-up a Docker container so badly that DSM failed, so that probably knocked some of the enthusiasm into the long grass.
How about you share your story in a seperate thread, starting from what you tried to archive, describe exactly how you configured things and share what problems it caused. I am sure we can de-mystify the experience Would be a shame to be scared of docker.I have messed-up a Docker container so badly that DSM failed, so that probably knocked some of the enthusiasm into the long grass.
OK, here we go... but first I'd like to mention that most of what's on the list was started in order to learn. Linux, Docker, most of it was new to me. Now that I'm retired I have ample time to play with these things and figure stuff out...
It came down to resources. Our main backup unit, a RS3614RPxs, sits idle most of the day, it only springs into action at night to back up all our servers. And our internet connection is the reverse: active during the day but dead at night. So it seemed like a good fit. So I set up our main router to blast a copy of all our internet traffic at the RS3614RPxs on its own direct ethernet link. Mikrotik routers have a handy feature called Packet Sniffer, which can be set up to encapsulate all packets with the TZSP format, and stream them to another IP. I had to use a custom Dockerfile to set up a utility from Mikrotik to de-encapsulate the traffic and feed it into Suricata.Can you explain why you did this and also possibly how you did it?