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    Hold It Down

    Unless the container is crucial to my network, I avoid hosting containers on a firewall unrelated to network or security services.  I would find an older NUC or something and use a lightweight distro for containers. 

    https://www.tecmint.com/linux-distributions-for-containers/

     

    That's just me, though.  Sorry, I don't have an actual answer to this question.

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    Firewalla

    In the error message, it is telling you to run a systemcl, did you try that and see what's the error?

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    Firewalla

    Or journalctl

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    w m

    Also btw I would go check out the docket hub/github on the Jacob UniFi image….its become alt more complicated…:I stopped running the UniFi controller on the gold just cause it was getting a little unreliable and recently have had it be a bit of a headache / time consumer ad it’s now deifinitly an even more complex heavy piece of softwar..,.(had tons of weird errors it took me ages to figure out when running on my nas….it might be better to just version it down and not use the latest tag.

    But to your question u might need to flash it?

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    Mark Merriman

    Thank you all for the responses, I have decided to give the NUC a try and see how that goes. 

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