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Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

 

J’ai réalisé une petite application qui permet de lister les Conteneurs docker qui ont un lien WebUI.

 

Variables d’environnements :
  - CIRCLE :
      - yes : le fond d’écran aura des cercles de couleurs
      - vide : pas de cercles de couleurs
 

  - HOST : (ex : unraid.duckdns.org)
      - cette variable permet de mettre un DNS / DynDNS. Cela vous permet de vous connecter sur cette page en dehors de votre réseau local.
      - vide : l’adresse pour y accéder restera l’adresse locale
 

  - UNRAID_IP :
      - si vous avez ajoutez un HOST, toutes vos adresses IP auront votre DNS / DynDNS même les conteneurs ayant une autre adresse IP. Entrez votre adresse IP locale ainsi les conteneurs différents garderont leur adresse différente sans que celle-ci soit remplacé.
      - vide : l’adresse pour y accéder restera l’adresse locale
 

  - TITLE :
      - Celle-ci vous permet de modifier le titre de la page HTML dans l’onglet de votre navigateur.
      - vide : Docker WebUI

 

Des petites choses essentielles au bon fonctionnement de cette application :

  - Ne changer pas le nom de l’application (Docker-WebUI). J’ai omis la liste avec ce nom. Si vous le changer alors vous verrez celle-ci listée.

  - container /data, host : /var/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager

 

Amusez-vous.

 

----------------------- Mise à jour ---------------------------

16 / 01 / 2022
  - Ajoutez TITLE pour modifier le titre de votre page dans l'onglet du navigateur.

 

09 / 01 / 2022
  - Bonne Année
  - Ajouter UNRAID_IP : Ceci déterminera si un conteneur a sa propre IP ou non. Ne le remplissez que si HOST est rempli.

 

13 / 11 / 2021

  - Ajout de zoom / dézoome
  - Ajout d’un filtre
  - Ajout d’une variable d’environnement HOST pour mettre votre HOSTNAME ou dns (si les ports sont ouverts)

 

07 / 11 / 2021

    - Correction du problème avec paramètre d'URL. 

http://IP:PORT/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.0.4&port=6080&autoconnect=1
to
http://IP:PORT/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.0.4&port=6080&autoconnect=1

 

03 / 11 / 2021:

    - Ne changer pas le nom de l’application (Docker-WebUI). J’ai omis la liste avec ce nom. Si vous le changer alors vous verrez celle-ci listée.

    - Si vous êtes en version 6.10-rc2 (ou plus), vous pouvez changer le nom du container grâce à l'ajout d'une variable d'environnement dans chaque container (HOST_CONTAINERNAME).

 

Merci à @Meles Meles.


31 / 10 / 2021:

    - Ajouter la variable CIRCLE  #Cette variable vous permet de définir ou de supprimer les cercles de couleur.

 

 

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Hello to all of you,

 

I made a small application that lists the docker containers that have a WebUI link.

 

Environment variables:
  - CIRCLE:
      - yes : the background will have colored circles
      - empty : no colored circles
  
  - HOST : (ex : unraid.duckdns.org)
      - this variable allows you to put a DNS / DynDNS. This allows you to connect to this page outside your local network.
      - empty : the address to access it will remain the local address
  
  - UNRAID_IP :
      - if you have added a HOST, all your IP addresses will have your DNS / DynDNS even containers with another IP address. Enter your local IP address so different containers will keep their different address without it being replaced.
      - empty : the address to access it will remain the local address
  
  - TITLE :
      - This one allows you to change the title of the HTML page in the tab of your browser.
      - empty: Docker WebUI


A few things that are essential for this application to work properly:
  - Do not change the name of the application (Docker-WebUI). I have omitted the list with this name. If you change it then you will see it listed.
  - container: /data, host: /var/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager

 

Have fun.

 

----------------------- Update ---------------------------

16 / 01 / 2022
  - Add TITLE to change the title of your page in the browser tab.

 

09 / 01 / 2022
  - Happy New Year
  - Add UNRAID_IP: This will determine if a container has its own IP or not. Fill in only if HOST is filled in.

 

13 / 11 / 2021
  - Adding zoom in/out
  - Adding a filter
  - Add a HOST environment variable to set your HOSTNAME or dns (if ports are open)

 

07 / 11 / 2021

    - Fixed problem with URL parameter.

http://IP:PORT/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.0.4&port=6080&autoconnect=1
to
http://IP:PORT/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.0.4&port=6080&autoconnect=1

 

03 / 11 / 2021:
    - Do not change the name of the application (Docker-WebUI). I omitted the list with this name. If you change it then you will see it listed.
    - If you are in version 6.10-rc2 (or newer), you can change the container name by adding an environment variable to each container (HOST_CONTAINERNAME).

 

Thanks to @Meles Meles.


31 / 10 / 2021:

    - Add variable CIRCLE #This variable allows you to set or remove colored circles.

 

 

Sorry for English. Translated with DeepL.

 

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Put a container onto a macvlan network, and assign it an IP in the LAN range. Or even have the docker network make a DHCP assignment. Here's a

docker network inspect

for my network 

 

[
    {
        "Name": "br0",
        "Id": "6c8a8d37276c8d82f047ccfb156aba833629db9e2d166cb9e8229463aac1d6ac",
        "Created": "2021-09-06T08:38:55.45040253+08:00",
        "Scope": "local",
        "Driver": "macvlan",
        "EnableIPv6": false,
        "IPAM": {
            "Driver": "default",
            "Options": {},
            "Config": [
                {
                    "Subnet": "10.1.0.0/22",
                    "IPRange": "10.1.2.64/27",
                    "Gateway": "10.1.2.1",
                    "AuxiliaryAddresses": {
                        "server": "10.1.2.2"
                    }
                }
            ]
        },
        "Internal": false,
        "Attachable": false,
        "Ingress": false,
        "ConfigFrom": {
            "Network": ""
        },
        "ConfigOnly": false,
        "Containers": {
            "d84731c04a826aeaa63fa0e88e2582e9875de2292904acdfe96f1cb2bd2aca01": {
                "Name": "pihole",
                "EndpointID": "bd20b00120acf20bdb6d0e2a27056104f0ec05ae0437297e985f992b485c51a0",
                "MacAddress": "02:42:0a:01:02:03",
                "IPv4Address": "10.1.2.3/22",
                "IPv6Address": ""
            }
        },
        "Options": {
            "parent": "br0"
        },
        "Labels": {}
    }
]

 

 

 

so you can see, i have a container called "pihole" which has a manually assigned 10.1.2.3 IP which is accessible on my LAN proper.

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Bonsoir,

Merci pour vos retours.

Je vais essayer de modifier l'interface afin de satisfaire un maximum de personnes.

 

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Good evening,

Thank you for your feedback.

I will try to modify the interface to satisfy as many people as possible.

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On 10/23/2021 at 3:27 AM, Stitzer said:

Anyway to get it to also show the containers that are going through another container.  like something going through binhex-delugevpn

+1 on this - not only does it not see containers that are routing via another (i.e. Jackett going via OpenVPN Client Container) - but it seems to stop working all together when a VPN container is active.

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Hello.

 

I am looking at this for use with the tailscale container I look after. Link below.

 

The issue is that if you are coming in over a VPN connection all the links will be to the LAN ip address of the server and not the VPN ip address, this breaks them.

 

I wonder is the source to this container on github or elsewhere, I'd be happy to look at adding the feature to rewrite the links and send a pull request if connected via tailscale.

 

Thanks


Dean

 

 

 

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Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

 

Pour les problèmes d'ip via un vpn, je ne peux pour le moment réaliser ce changement.

Mon application va juste chercher : /var/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/docker.json

 

J'essaye certaines de vos configurations afin de trouver une solution. Mais je n'ai pas trouvé. Le moyen serait de pouvoir paramétrer chaque IP via une configuration.

 

Si vous avez une solution, je veux bien l'essayer.

 

Amicalement.

 

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Hello to all of you,


For the ip problems via a vpn, I can't at the moment make this change.

My application will just search: /var/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/docker.json


I'm trying some of your configurations to find a solution. But I didn't find it. The way would be to be able to set each IP via a configuration.


If you have a solution, I would like to try it.


With kind regards.

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On 9/7/2021 at 3:38 PM, Kameleon83 said:

 

  - Do not change the name of the application (Docker-WebUI). I have omitted the list with this name. If you change it then you will see it listed.

 

 

 

Once you are on 6.10-rc2 (or newer) containers get created with an environment variable called HOST_CONTAINERNAME which contains the name of the container (Docker-WebUI if left unchanged). If you check for the existence of this env-var then you can remove the hard-coding for "Docker-WebUI"

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On 9/7/2021 at 3:38 PM, Kameleon83 said:

If you are in version 6.10-rc2 (or newer), you can change the container name by adding an environment variable to each container (HOST_CONTAINERNAME).

 

 

sorry, i wasn't clear enough....

 

from 6.10-rc2 the HOST_CONTAINERNAME env variable is automatically assigned to ALL docker containers on creation, therefore you'll be able to change your code to look for that variable and exclude the value stored in there.

 

this is an example of a "docker run" command generated now by 6.10

 

docker run -d --name='Docker-WebUI' --net='downloads'
-e TZ="Australia/Perth" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e HOST_HOSTNAME="skynet" -e HOST_CONTAINERNAME="Docker-WebUI"
-e 'CIRCLE'='no'
-l net.unraid.docker.managed=dockerman -l net.unraid.docker.webui='http://[IP]:[PORT:8080]'
-l net.unraid.docker.icon='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Olprog59/unraid-templates/main/docker-webui/docker-webui.png'
-p '1111:8080/tcp' -v '/var/run/docker.sock':'/var/run/docker.sock':'rw' 
-v '/var/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager':'/data':'ro' 
'olprog/unraid-docker-webui'

 

 

the HOST_HOSTNAME and HOST_CONTAINERNAME environment variables are new as of 6.10-rc2. They help our containers be "self-aware" when they need to be!

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6 hours ago, Meles Meles said:

 

 

sorry, i wasn't clear enough....

 

from 6.10-rc2 the HOST_CONTAINERNAME env variable is automatically assigned to ALL docker containers on creation, therefore you'll be able to change your code to look for that variable and exclude the value stored in there.

 

this is an example of a "docker run" command generated now by 6.10

 

docker run -d --name='Docker-WebUI' --net='downloads'
-e TZ="Australia/Perth" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e HOST_HOSTNAME="skynet" -e HOST_CONTAINERNAME="Docker-WebUI"
-e 'CIRCLE'='no'
-l net.unraid.docker.managed=dockerman -l net.unraid.docker.webui='http://[IP]:[PORT:8080]'
-l net.unraid.docker.icon='https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Olprog59/unraid-templates/main/docker-webui/docker-webui.png'
-p '1111:8080/tcp' -v '/var/run/docker.sock':'/var/run/docker.sock':'rw' 
-v '/var/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager':'/data':'ro' 
'olprog/unraid-docker-webui'

 

 

the HOST_HOSTNAME and HOST_CONTAINERNAME environment variables are new as of 6.10-rc2. They help our containers be "self-aware" when they need to be!

 

I had understood correctly ;-)

 

Maybe I misspoke. I'm not good at English, so I use a translator (deepL).

 

Here is the code I changed following this information last night.

 

------ Before -------
run.Webui != "" && (run.Name != "Docker-WebUI")

------ After -------
run.Webui != "" && (run.Name != "Docker-WebUI" || run.Name != os.Getenv("HOST_CONTAINERNAME"))

 

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run.Webui != "" && (run.Name != "Docker-WebUI" || run.Name != os.Getenv("HOST_CONTAINERNAME"))

 

 

that's always going to display it isn't it (whenever the env var isn't Docker-WebUI)?

 

run.Name != "Docker-WebUI" OR run.Name != EnvVar

 

 

some logic along these lines would be better

checkName = os.Getenv("HOST_CONTAINERNAME")

if checkName is null then checkName = 'Docker-WebUI'

if run.Webui != "" and run.Name != checkName then display it

 

Screenshot 2021-11-05 065115.png

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2 minutes ago, Meles Meles said:
run.Webui != "" && (run.Name != "Docker-WebUI" || run.Name != os.Getenv("HOST_CONTAINERNAME"))

 

 

that's always going to display it isn't it (whenever the env var isn't Docker-WebUI)?

 

run.Name != "Docker-WebUI" OR run.Name != EnvVar

 

 

some logic along these lines would be better

checkName = os.Getenv("HOST_CONTAINERNAME")

if checkName is null then checkName = 'Docker-WebUI'

if run.Webui != "" and run.Name != checkName then display it

 

Screenshot 2021-11-05 065115.png

Yes, it's true. 

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How do I scale the page smaller, it is too big and I would like all the containers dynamically adjusted to fit in 1 page. Thanks.

If I use the Ctrl + (+/-) on browser then it also affects other pages with the same IPaddress/domain. I would rather just have this app be able to do it.

Also, how can I link domain address instead of local IP:port.

Thanks.

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Hi, thanks for your job. A little request maybe? Could it be possible to have a textbox to filter (on-the-fly) the list ?

 

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In French (because I'm): Serait-il possible d'avoir un champ text permettant de filtrer à la volée les dockers qui ont un nom qui contient la valeur du champ ? Merci beaucoup pour le taf en tout cas

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20 hours ago, Shomil Saini said:

How do I scale the page smaller, it is too big and I would like all the containers dynamically adjusted to fit in 1 page. Thanks.

If I use the Ctrl + (+/-) on browser then it also affects other pages with the same IPaddress/domain. I would rather just have this app be able to do it.

Also, how can I link domain address instead of local IP:port.

Thanks.

Hello, I will try to put a scale on this page with the Ctrl(+/-) keys. As for the domain address instead of the IP lan, it is possible. However, the improvements will only be made in the next ten days or so. I'm quite busy these days.

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10 minutes ago, dada051 said:

Hi, thanks for your job. A little request maybe? Could it be possible to have a textbox to filter (on-the-fly) the list ?

 

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In French (because I'm): Serait-il possible d'avoir un champ text permettant de filtrer à la volée les dockers qui ont un nom qui contient la valeur du champ ? Merci beaucoup pour le taf en tout cas

Hello and thank you,
Yes, that's a good idea. I will try to integrate that later. I am quite busy in the coming days.

 

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Bonjour et merci,

Oui, c'est une bonne idée. Je vais essayer d'intégrer cela par la suite. Je suis assez occupé dans les jours à venir.

 

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4 hours ago, Kameleon83 said:

Hello, I will try to put a scale on this page with the Ctrl(+/-) keys. As for the domain address instead of the IP lan, it is possible. However, the improvements will only be made in the next ten days or so. I'm quite busy these days.

Thanks for the update very much. Appreciate the job you have done. :)

 

Bug - The URL is messed up for some dockers, I think it is being run through urlencode/urldecode functions. The & is changed to & in the example below for binhex-krusader -

http://IP:PORT/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.0.4&port=6080&autoconnect=1

 

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18 minutes ago, Shomil Saini said:

Thanks for the update very much. Appreciate the job you have done. :)

 

Bug - The URL is messed up for some dockers, I think it is being run through urlencode/urldecode functions. The & is changed to & in the example below for binhex-krusader -

http://IP:PORT/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.0.4&port=6080&autoconnect=1

 

Thanks for your feedback.

Being a small mistake, I took 2 minutes to correct it. Update and try again.

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