Not sure what is wrong but when setting up a connection I have to use the FQDN instead of just a local hostname. IE "Alienware-14" wont resolve in guacamole but when using that with the local domain name it does, IE "Alienware-14.dragon"
I have guacamole setup in cloudron running on ubuntu 20.04 inside of proxmox. The Ubuntu VM is able to resolve the local hostnames for any of my machines just fine as it has the search domain.
Is there a way to add a search domain in the dns config for cloudron/guacamole? I saw that cloudron uses unbound and think I have the conf set right.
@dark_dragone not 100% sure but I think search domains is a client feature. This means that docker (the DNS client on behalf of the guac container) should be configured to have a dns search. See https://docs.docker.com/config/containers/container-networking/ (--dns-search). Maybe you can quickly try by editing
/etc/systemd/system/docker.service.d/cloudron.confand restarting docker.
I think you can also add it in your local machine's /etc/resolv.conf