Running linuxserver/transmission:latest under Docker 5:19.03.13~3-0~debian-buster
Can I somehow configure the container to NOT request any credentials when opening the webUI? I have tried a few things, but to no avail. Here is my Compose file:
- USER=username #optional
- PASS=password #optional
stop and rm; remove the user and pass sections in your compose, then pull and up again
you defined a user/pass, so it’s making you use it.
Oh, sorry, I didn’t put my pasted Compose file into code markup.
The USER/PASS entries were commented out with a hash character.
Also, after removing them completely and redeploying stack (via Portainer, if it matters) - the credentials are still requested.
Generically speaking, i blame portainer for any weird behavior, there is a reason libcompose was deprecated YEARS ago We never recommend using it except for viewing.
That said, if you originally deployed with user/pass, you would need to deleted the /config so you get a clean config. though i suppose, more specifically, you can go to
/srv/dev-disk-by-id-ata-XXX/AppConfigs/transmission/ and delete settings.json
changing envvars in compose doesnt do much once the config is made without blowing it away. i tend to do something like
rm -rf /path/to//
then pull and up.
Thank you, that did the trick (I just had to manually set rpc-host-whitelist in settings.json).
This is my first brush with Docker, so I am not aware of all the subtle interop issues.
no worries man, glad you’re working
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