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Old 04.07.2020, 11:49
maximumfap maximumfap is offline
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Default "Invalid download directory" via Docker, permissions seem ok?


Please only experienced people answer.

Here's my docker command

sudo docker run -d \
--name=jdownloader-2 \
-p 5800:5800 \
-e PUID=0 \
-e PGID=0 \
-v /dockerconfigs/jdownloader:/config:rw \
-v /mnt/DownloadOnSSD/jdownloader:/output:rw \
-v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime \
--restart=unless-stopped \

If you understand docker and linux please note the next command **works fine**

sudo docker exec -i jdownloader-2 cp /output/filetest.mp4 /output/testfolder/filetest.mp4

Without question, I have 100% read and write access to the folder, so why would it fail?
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Old 04.07.2020, 17:59
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raztoki raztoki is offline
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Location: Australia
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I did quick search on google for : docker site:board.jdownloader.org
and it did return a few items that might help you?.?.

I only thing I would have concern about with the cli restart (even though I haven't any experience with dockers), maybe issue with JD update system (not sure though)
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