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Homarr2mo ago
OctoLiam

qBittorrent always gives a Timeout error

I have Homarr within a container, and my qBittorrent is running outside of docker. Whenever I try to use a torrent widget it gives me this error within the logs: TimeoutError: Timeout awaiting 'request' for 5000ms
Solution:
Did all that. I was meant to close this actually like 2 hours after making it. I didn't do anything and then boom it fixed itself after a couple of hours.
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Cakey Bot2mo ago
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OctoLiam
OctoLiam2mo ago
Did all that. I was meant to close this actually like 2 hours after making it. I didn't do anything and then boom it fixed itself after a couple of hours.