I did create a new drive. And now it works!
I get to the login screen of Crashplan.
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Thank you so much for the help Morlan! I really appreciate it.
I'm currently testing a new CrashPlan installation, so I might be back with…
I did remove the shared folder /srv/dev-disk-by-label-500MB/docker_crashplan. I also removed dockeruser from sudo group.
Then I created a new stack in portainer with this:
The stack started and created the docker_crashplan…
If I SSH into the OMV I can edit the zoubie.txt file like this:
dockeruser@omv5-vm2:/srv/dev-disk-by-label-500MB/docker_crashplan$ sudo nano zoubie.txt
Added some text. Saved it. Re-opened it and the changes were there.
Also did this:
When you say "populate", how do I check that exactly?
I could do this though:
Using Windows Explorer, I did create a file, named "zoubie.txt", in the docker_crashplan folder.
Then : crashplan-pro Container details: Console: /bin/sh: Connect
I want to setup a Crashplan-Pro Docker. I cannot make it work.
Here's my Docker-Compose file:
After starting the stack, I go check the container's log:
I guess you noticed the:
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If I launch the Crashplan-pro…