Oh very nice. You've got the whole container set up as a systemd unit file so it all starts up transparently. I hadn't thought of that.
I should use Docker more often.
Instead, I updated the src.rpm to 5.6.26 then rebuilt it. As far as I can tell that is the latest, and it seems to be working on my system w/o any issues.
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Subject: Re: Ubiquiti Unifi virtual controller available from RPMFusion soon
On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 10:45:52AM -0600, Steven Pritchard wrote:
> I have been running UniFI under Docker so I can run the Debian
> packages. It works great for this purpose.
FWIW, the unifi5 branch should work fine, but latest is a little broken.
I updated it today after sending this, and it turns out they made a
*major* permissions change that I have to account for.
You can also add "-e UNIFI_USER=root" to the docker command to work
around the problem for now.
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