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    [REQUEST] Firefly III

    All very true statements, except what's difficult or not, that's an opinion. Not sure how that helps OP but @dj_sim if you have any more questions on the possible methods (manual CLI, Unraid two templates, or docker compose) please let us know.
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    [REQUEST] Firefly III

    The OP is asking for a "community app" which I assume he meant a single template to get the DB container and Firefly container up and running, since his attempt at manually adding it didn't work. That link does provide a way of running it manually via CLI, though it will be harder to manage it in Unraid such as it will always show as "update ready" in the docker tab. To avoid that issue you can use Unraid's webUI, and that will create two separate templates as I mentioned earlier. Your link does provide some information about using docker compose: Anything can be done in Unraid as you proved with the Nvidia plugin. @dj_sim if you go the Unraid webUI's route just be careful about referencing the DB app in the firefly template as I mentioned earlier or the Firefly won't find the database.
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    [REQUEST] Firefly III

    It appears this application may need two different docker containers, a DB app and of course Firefly itself. Unraid doesn't have a way to do that currently, you'll need something like docker-compose if you want to use a single template. With Unraid you'll need two separate templates, and you need to be careful that the firefly template properly references the mariadb container.
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    Virt-Manager, Intel-GPU-Tools and more Dockers

    The easiest way to install Virt-Manager is to use the template file here. Save it to your flash drive under flash\config\plugins\dockerMan\templates. From there you can use Unraid's WebGUI docker tab to add a new container, select Virt-Manager in the template drop down. Set the network port you want to use, appdata folder, etc. You can also build the template manually, Unraid's WebGUI docker tab to add a new container set Name to Virt-Manager set Repository to djaydev/docker-virt-manager click Add another Path, Port, Variable, Label or Device for each: Port 5800:5800 webgui Port 5900:5900 vnc connection Path /docker/appdata/virt-manager:/config:rw Path /dev/urandom:/dev/urandom:ro \
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    Virt-Manager, Intel-GPU-Tools and more Dockers

    Hi Blaine, Which application are you interested in? These are 4 separate applications all run under docker.
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc3 available

    Sometimes when my SSD cache shows a different size to what's actually on there, a manual TRIM brings it back closer to even. /sbin/fstrim -a -v | logger &> /dev/null
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    [BETA] Megatools - Mega.nz sync tool - Docker

    Thinking about it more after your post, I agree with you actually. With container variables, the password will show up in cleartext in the template file on the flash drive, but flash access will probably be more secured than a share in most cases. I'll start testing it. The megarc file can be used for more than login credentials such as download speed limit, proxy, etc so I'll leave it's reference in there. If the user doesn't specify their username/password megatools will already output an error message saying so. Thanks for posing the idea.
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    [BETA] Megatools - Mega.nz sync tool - Docker

    I'm not familiar with docker secrets at the moment. I have looked into username and password variables, and I have somewhat of an idea on how to add it if there's enough interest. I really like the .megarc file method though, are you concerned with security of using the .megarc file or it's more convenience?
  9. Megatools: https://megatools.megous.com/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/djaydev/megatools Github: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-megatools Template: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-megatools/tree/master/unraid/template A simple docker container that allows you to one-way sync a directory from Unraid to Mega.nz service. Uses the latest megatools Github version. The container will upload the files from Unraid to Mega.nz, and if files exists on Mega.nz but not on Unraid, it will remove those files from Mega.nz. It will not ask you to confirm the removal. The container requires a file with your Mega.nz login credentials saved in the appdata/config directory you're using and named ".megarc". An example of this file here https://github.com/djaydev/docker-megatools/blob/master/.megarc For multiple directories, you can create separate containers mapped to each directory you want to sync, ex. megatools-pics, megatools-docs, etc. Once the container is started and it has finished copying/deleting, it will exit and shutdown the container. To start the sync again just start the container from the GUI or command line "docker container start megatools". You can also pair the container with the User Scripts plugin for a scheduled sync: #!/bin/bash docker container start megatools The container is Beta and has the following issues: It has to start at the top/root directory of Mega.nz, can and will copy the subdirectories. I had issue setting the remotedir to "/Root/foldertop/secondfolder/" for example, but "/Root/foldertop/" works great. The REMOTEDIR variable has to have a / on the end or the delete won't work at all, upload still works.
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    Can't install an Ubuntu Docker (from docker hub)

    You have to give the container something to do. If you just run "ubuntu:latest" and nothing else it will just stop right after start. Run this instead: docker run -ti --rm ubuntu bash Your unraid server will download the image, start a new container with a random name and then present you with a bash terminal prompt. Then proceed as normal, "apt update && apt install myfavapp" etc
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    Can Unraid act as a syslog server?

    I use splunk/splunk:latest docker container. Free version allows 500MB of logs per day I think. It's a bit advanced but parsing logs with it is great!
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    Possiblity of microsoft/powershell plugin/docker ?

    To run it from the docker tab, click advanced view, enter "-ti" in extra parameters. Now when you click on Powershell / _Console you'll be at the shell prompt (or bash prompt if you selected it). From here type "pwsh" and you'll be in powershell. Also, you can click unraid's web terminal, and at the unraid prompt type "docker attach powershell {or the name of your powershell container}". Hit the enter button on your keyboard and you should be at the powershell prompt. You can use this template if it's easier. my-powershell.xml
  13. Moving Virt-Manager container info/discussion here in case users are still using/discussing Fanningert's version. Virt-Manager:https://virt-manager.org/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/djaydev/docker-virt-manager Github: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-virt-manager Template: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-virt-manager/tree/master/UnRaid/template Allows for some KVM management tasks on Unraid and/or another remote KVM server. Updates include: Remembers previous connections through updates/restarts Fix disconnect issue with newer base image Added VNC connection along side WebGUI Virt-Manager updated from github to lastest 2.0.0 version Intel-GPU-Tools: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/drm/igt-gpu-tools Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/djaydev/intel-gpu-tools Github: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-intel-gpu-tools Template: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-intel-gpu-tools/tree/master/unraid/template Simple terminal application for Intel iGPUs running in docker. The container starts directly to intel-gpu-top for viewing the load of the iGPU. The included terminal emulator supports tabs so you can run the other tools for benchmarking, debugging, etc. I mainly use it to see how much headroom I have left while 4k transcoding and converting recordings with ffmpeg. TransmissionUI-Openvpn-Privoxy: https://hub.docker.com/r/haugene/transmission-openvpn Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/djaydev/transmission-openvpn-privoxy Github: https://github.com/djaydev/transmission-openvpn-privoxy Template: same as haugene/transmission-openvpn Copycat docker container made by Haugene. This is just a small variant to add Privoxyinto his alpine container. Haugene's container is the best, you should use that one. The ubuntu version he provides has an issue on my server where the tinyproxy server crashes after a day or two of the container running, and his alpine version doesn't include any proxy at all. The template is exactly the same as the parent container, but you have to also map the proxy port, default is port 8888. I like to point jackett, sonarr, and radarr to this container. Works great with firefox for me as well. Megatools: https://megatools.megous.com/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/djaydev/megatools Github: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-megatools Template: https://github.com/djaydev/docker-megatools/tree/master/unraid/template This container has it's own thread here
  14. +1 for persistent network connections. Using --link currently but came here to request this after a scary not from docs.docker.com: Warning: The --link flag is a legacy feature of Docker. It may eventually be removed. Unless you absolutely need to continue using it, we recommend that you use user-defined networks to facilitate communication between two containers instead of using --link. One feature that user-defined networks do not support that you can do with --link is sharing environment variables between containers. However, you can use other mechanisms such as volumes to share environment variables between containers in a more controlled way. Probably will be a while before it goes away.
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    [Support] binhex - Jellyfin

    No worries! Looks like you already have a ffmpeg build that supports vaapi. Just needed intel drivers so I submitted a pull request. Tested on Unraid server with intel 655 iGPU.