binhex Posted January 21, 2016 Share Posted January 21, 2016 (edited) Important - This thread is NOT for support of Docker images, please use the separate support threads shown in the "Docker Images" section shown further down. Overview: Support of unRAID Docker templates, news and user requests for new Docker images for the binhex Docker repository. Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/u/binhex/ GitHub: https://github.com/binhex If you appreciate my work, then please consider buying me a beer Description All the Docker images contained within this repository are Arch Linux based, the reason i choose Arch is as follows:- Cutting Edge - Packages are latest stable versions, thus you get no issues with old packages causing issues with newer apps. Small Footprint - Arch is built with a minimal approach, including only the required packages for the OS. Arch User Repository (AUR) is vast! - AUR has packages for nearly every popular linux application out there, and using a helper app like packer means simple and quick deployment of virtually any application as a docker. Familiar OS - Working knowledge of Arch, based on past experience running Arch Linux in a VM. Installation OK, sounds good to me, so how do i install your Docker apps using unRAID?. Whilst you can still use the steps shown above, it's now recommended to install the excellent Community Application (CA) plugin instead, see here for instructions and support:- https://forums.unraid.net/topic/38582-plug-in-community-applications/ Firstly you need to be running unRAID ver 6.0.0 or later, once installed follow the instructions below:- Navigate to "Docker" tab and then the "Docker Repositories" sub-tab in the unRAID webui Enter in a URL of https://github.com/binhex/docker-templates in the "Template repositories" field Click on the "Save" button Click back to "Docker" tab and then click on the "Add Container" button Click on the "Template" dropdown menu and select the desired Docker image Click the "Advanced View" toggle on the top right and fill in required fields e.g. volume data, environment variables etc Click on the "Create" button at the bottom of the window to begin pulling down the Docker image Once the image is downloaded you should see it appear in the "Docker Containers" sub-tab Docker Images [Support] AirSonic [Support] CouchPotato [Support] Deluge [Support] DelugeVPN [Support] Emby [Support] get_iplayer [Support] IntelliJ [Support] Jackett [Support] Jellyfin [Support] Jenkins [Support] Krusader [Support] LibreOffice [Support] Libresonic [Support] Lidarr [Support] Madsonic [Support] Medusa [Support] MiniDLNA [Support] MovieGrabber [Support] NZBGet [Support] NZBHydra [Support] NZBHydra2 [Support] Plex [Support] PlexPass [Support] PyCharm [Support] qBittorrentVPN [Support] Radarr [Support] Rider [Support] rTorrentVPN [Support] SABnzbd [Support] SABnzbdVPN [Support] Sickbeard [Support] Sickrage [Support] Sonarr [Support] Teamspeak [Support] Tvheadend Scripts [Support] no_ransom Key: Green - application/docker container confirmed working, no known issues Orange - application/docker container under heavy development Red - application/docker container broken or not working as expected Documentation https://github.com/binhex/documentation Edited September 7, 2020 by binhex 2 Quote Link to comment
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