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Bjonness406's Repository

https://github.com/bjonness406/Docker-templates

 

 

How to install:

 

Preferred method:

- Install Community Applications Plugin made by Squid - https://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=40262.0

- Go to the Apps tab in the unRAID GUI

- Search for the docker, and click add

- Enter the required info and hit save

- Done

 

Not recommended method:

- Go to the Docker tab in the unRAID GUI

- Copy paste my Template Repo link from the link at the top of this page and hit save

- Click on "add container" and select my template from the dropdown manu

- Enter the required info and hit save

- Done

 

 

Dockers:

 

Ombi_new.png.09a6fa4be4bc184dd8d3514e9022a64d.png     Ombi: Ombi is a simple automated way for users to request new content on for example Plex.

 

Description: Want a Movie or TV Show on your server? Use Ombi!

Application: Ombi - https://github.com/tidusjar/Ombi

Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/rogueosb/ombi/

Github: https://github.com/tidusjar/Ombi

 

This docker is not made by me, only the template for it. Big thanks to rogueosb for making the docker itself.

 

 

to-mkv.jpg.d63210788819b9973e561b9cf537e402.jpg     Convert2MKV: Convert2MKV will convert your videos in a folder to mkv or mp4

 

Description: A docker to convert your videos to mkv or mp4

Application: https://gitlab.com/ThatGuy/convert2mkv - https://forums.plex.tv/discussion/233133/convert2mkv-now-supporting-mp4-h264-and-x265-hevc-output-updated-18-10-16/p1

Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/bjonness406/convert2mkv/

Github: https://github.com/bjonness406/Convert2MKV/

 

Thanks to @ntrevena (plex forum) for the script itself!

 

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Worked perfectly. Is it running the latest version?  I seemed to have hit a bug that was fixed in the release 7 days ago, not sure if this includes that change from github.

 

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Worked perfectly. Is it running the latest version?  I seemed to have hit a bug that was fixed in the release 7 days ago, not sure if this includes that change from github.

 

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Yes it is running the latest version, which is 1.6.1 (released 16 days ago).

You can check what realease are the newest one here https://github.com/tidusjar/PlexRequests.Net/releases

 

To check the plexrequests version go to settings -> status and there you see the version you are running

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Anyone get this working via. ReverseProxy? Looks like others are having problems on the Github support thread...

Really? I just set this up last night with reverse proxy.  Working fine for me.  One thing to note is your url base can NOT be /requests.  It can be /request though. 

 

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Anyone get this working via. ReverseProxy? Looks like others are having problems on the Github support thread...

Really? I just set this up last night with reverse proxy.  Working fine for me.  One thing to note is your url base can NOT be /requests.  It can be /request though. 

 

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I was having the same issue as well with reverse proxy. Todays update fix it though. URL base has to be /request

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Anyone having issues with the Plex requests docker icon not showing? All i see is a "?"

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Is it possible to add an option to use the dev branch instead of master? I'm a tester so would be awesome if I can switch between the two from within the docker itself.

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I have updated the PlexRequestsNet Icon to a plex Icon, because of the ability in 1.7.0 to use plex theme, instead of the blue theme.

New Icon: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bjonness406/Docker-templates/master/Icon/PlexRequest.png

If existing users want to switch Icon, you need to overwrite the image located at  /config/plugins/DockerMan/images. Since there is currently there is no way from the GUI to update images.

If anyone want to use the old image, it is still available here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bjonness406/Docker-templates/master/Icon/PlexRequestsNet.png

 

 

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Is it possible to add an option to use the dev branch instead of master? I'm a tester so would be awesome if I can switch between the two from within the docker itself.

Since I am not the creator of the docker file itself, and there is no option in the docker fior this, I have asked the creator to add this feature. Hopefully he will add this :)

 

Edit: Got an answer.

Currently the stable branch is compiled by the dev and uploaded as a release. As far as I can tell, this is not done with the dev branch. Unless you would want the container to compile the dev branch every time it is run, I'm not sure how you would go about doing this.

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@Bjonness406

 

Is it possible to add an option to use the dev branch instead of master? I'm a tester so would be awesome if I can switch between the two from within the docker itself.

Since I am not the creator of the docker file itself, and there is no option in the docker fior this, I have asked the creator to add this feature. Hopefully he will add this :)

 

Edit: Got an answer.

Currently the stable branch is compiled by the dev and uploaded as a release. As far as I can tell, this is not done with the dev branch. Unless you would want the container to compile the dev branch every time it is run, I'm not sure how you would go about doing this.

 

It's possible, maybe adding an option as a variable under docker edit settings page? Dev branch can be used as a test also. Some docker apps here allow you to choose between master/dev branch. I'm sure it's not that hard to add

 

 

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@Bjonness406

 

Is it possible to add an option to use the dev branch instead of master? I'm a tester so would be awesome if I can switch between the two from within the docker itself.

Since I am not the creator of the docker file itself, and there is no option in the docker fior this, I have asked the creator to add this feature. Hopefully he will add this :)

 

Edit: Got an answer.

Currently the stable branch is compiled by the dev and uploaded as a release. As far as I can tell, this is not done with the dev branch. Unless you would want the container to compile the dev branch every time it is run, I'm not sure how you would go about doing this.

 

It's possible, maybe adding an option as a variable under docker edit settings page? Dev branch can be used as a test also. Some docker apps here allow you to choose between master/dev branch. I'm sure it's not that hard to add

If it is not that hard to add, you could help him out ;)

https://github.com/rogueosb/docker-plexrequestsnet/issues/2

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My instance seems to stop working quite often, how is the service / app watched?  Is it using supervisord or some other method to keep the service alive?

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My instance seems to stop working quite often, how is the service / app watched?  Is it using supervisord or some other method to keep the service alive?

Mine also did stop working after some time, but the 1.7.5 released fixed it for me.

 

Sorry, but I don't know how PlexRequestsNet is watched/ how it is keeping alive :/

If you need some help with that, I would ask the author of PlexRequestsNet instead :) If I did understand your question correct?

 

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This docker was working well for me for awhile, but I just tried to restarted it and it no longer starts. Get this as the only line in the log:

 

Archive: /tmp/plexrequestsnet.zip

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This docker was working well for me for awhile, but I just tried to restarted it and it no longer starts. Get this as the only line in the log:

 

Archive: /tmp/plexrequestsnet.zip

Try to do an force update, that fixed the issue for me.

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This docker was working well for me for awhile, but I just tried to restarted it and it no longer starts. Get this as the only line in the log:

 

Archive: /tmp/plexrequestsnet.zip

Try to do an force update, that fixed the issue for me.

 

Thanks, that ended up working! I tried it last night with no luck (0B updated), but tonight it worked fine.

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This docker was working well for me for awhile, but I just tried to restarted it and it no longer starts. Get this as the only line in the log:

 

Archive: /tmp/plexrequestsnet.zip

Try to do an force update, that fixed the issue for me.

 

Thanks, that ended up working! I tried it last night with no luck (0B updated), but tonight it worked fine.

Great!

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It's possible, maybe adding an option as a variable under docker edit settings page? Dev branch can be used as a test also. Some docker apps here allow you to choose between master/dev branch. I'm sure it's not that hard to add

 

Dev branch added.

 

Existing users, update the docker, and add a variable "DEV=1" to use the dev branch.

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