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Using the latest version of >> Subsonic << - HOW ?

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Hello !

I hope, here is the right place for my question ... 😉

 

OK, let's start.

 

At the moment, I'm using the build in option for installing Subsonic via Docker, but this is not the latest version ...

... and an update is not possible, it shows me " up-to-date ", but it is not ... 😕

 

I'm a lifetime user of Subsonic, so I want to use the latest version ...

... can anyone help me ?  

 

Thanks a lot !!!

 

🤘 Martin

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11 minutes ago, MBandusch said:

At the moment, I'm using the build in option for installing Subsonic via Docker

Can you explain what you mean by the "build in option"? That application doesn't seem to be on the Apps page.

 

Are you even using Unraid?

 

 

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There is a libresonic docker supported by the community.

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Hello !

 

Thanks for your answer ...

 

With " build in " I mean the directly selectable entry in the " add a new container " area ...

 

🤘Martin 

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2 hours ago, MBandusch said:

Hello !

 

Thanks for your answer ...

 

With " build in " I mean the directly selectable entry in the " add a new container " area ...

 

🤘Martin 

Can you post a screenshot of what you are seeing?

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There is no "built-in" subsonic container.

 

The only way one would appear in the "Add Container" area is if you've

  1. Added in a repository to the Docker Repositories section that has been removed for one reason or another from the Apps Tab. or
  2. Added in all of the entries manually (or did a dockerHub search via the Apps Tab) to get subsonic.  In this case, the docker container you've added may not itself be able to update itself to the latest version of subsonic by design and has been abandoned as a project

In either situation, you are basically going to be at the whim of the author / maintainer of the container on dockerHub and up to them to update it (or switch to libresonic from linuxserver)

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