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WireGuard VPN, Privoxy and Unbound built-in! For your backup needs, backs up everything.

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Web GUI for Duplicacy. Duplicacy backs up your files to many cloud storages with client-side encryption and the highest level of deduplication Note: - It's imporatant to pass hostname (Advanced View > Extra Parameters > --hostname=), as duplicacy license is requested based on hostname and machine-id provided by dbus. - Machine-id will be persisted in the /config directory. - Default hostname set to 'duplicacy-unraid'. - If you want to backup the unRAID FLASH drive then you will have to run Duplicacy as root i.e. USR_ID=0 and GRP_ID=0 - /config -- is where configuration data will be stored. Should be backed up. - /logs -- logs will go there. - /cache -- transient and temporary files will be stored here. Can be safely deleted. - Readme:

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Forgejo is a self-hosted lightweight software forge. Easy to install and low maintenance, it just does the job. Brought to you by an inclusive community under the umbrella of Codeberg e.V., a democratic non-profit organization, Forgejo can be trusted to be exclusively Free Software. It is a "soft" fork of Gitea with a focus on scaling, federation and privacy.

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FreeFileSync is a folder comparison and synchronization software that creates and manages backup copies of all your important files. Instead of copying every file every time, FreeFileSync determines the differences between a source and a target folder and transfers only the minimum amount of data needed. The GUI of the application is accessed through a modern web browser (no installation or configuration needed on the client side) or via any VNC client. Also, being based on Alpine Linux, size of this container is very small. For a complete documentation of this container, see

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Backup, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

FreeFileSync is a free and open-source program used for file synchronization. It is available on Windows, Linux and macOS. The project is backed by donations. This template based on gives a FreeFileSync instance through a VNC connection. 2 paths can be mapped (presented in the container as /home/freefilesync/path1 resp. path2), be sure to only access things through those, writing somewhere else in the container filesystem would fill your Docker image really quickly. The appdata folder is mapped at /home/freefilesync/appdata and will contain logs, config and can be used to store profiles. Notes: If the window does not seem to respond to mouse input it is because FreeFileSync's donation popup was spawned behind the main window. Drag the window a bit to reveal it. If you minimized the FreeFileSync window a middle-click will bring up a window switcher. Right-clicking in the blank space allows opening other instances.

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Gitea: Git with a cup of tea - The goal of this project is to make the easiest, fastest, and most painless way of setting up a self-hosted Git service. Using Go, this can be done with an independent binary distribution across all platforms which Go supports, including Linux, macOS, and Windows on x86, amd64, ARM and PowerPC architectures. Want to try it before doing anything else? Do it with the online demo! This project has been forked from Gogs.

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Like to maintain your own data? Automatically backup your github account to your Unraid server on a schedule.

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Backup, Cloud

A simple way to backup important files to Google Cloud Storage. Notes: Specific number version are tested versions including the latest tag. If you want to use a config file instead of the variables, please check the readme of the project on Github.

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GoodSync Connect Server Runs the GoodSync Connect Linux server to store your backups. Valid GoodSync Connect account required. The WebUI credentials are the same as your GoodSync Connect account credentials that you set as GS_USER and GS_PWD

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Hoodik is a lightweight, secure, and self-hosted cloud storage solution. It's designed and built with Rust and Vue, focusing on end-to-end encryption that shields your data from prying eyes and hackers. Hoodik supports file uploading and downloading, making it easy for you to share files with other users. The simple and intuitive web interface makes file management a breeze. Thanks to Rust's focus on speed and performance, your data transfers will be lightning fast.

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This container will DOWNLOAD (not upload - yet) all your files / photos from iCloud. You can set filter for folder / types. Download and edit the config and put it in your Config Path folder: After the installation connect to your container console and run: icloud --username=<icloud-username> --session-directory=/app/session_data (This will request your iCloud password and your 2 factor auth key).

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An Alpine Linux Docker container for ndbroadbent's iCloud Photos Downloader. I use it for syncing the photo streams of all the iDevices in my house back to my server because it's the only way of backing up multiple devices to a single location. It uses the system keyring to securely store credentials, has HEIC to JPG conversion capability, and can send Telegram, Prowl, Pushover, WebHook, DingTalk, Discord, openhab, IYUU and WeCom notifications. It is recommended to use the keyring to securely store credentials. Please connect to the container and run --Initialise command manually to start the process of saving your password to the keyring and Apple sends a confirmation code via text or 2FA code to your device which needs to be entered into the console. You can also run this command from the unraid console to start the authentication process. docker exec -it icloudpd --Initialise Create a .mounted file inside iCloud folder in the photos directory for the container to start syncing photos. This file MUST be created manually and sync will not start without it.

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This Docker container runs ImgBurn client via WINE, so that you can back up your optical disks with the separation and portability capabilities of Docker on Linux. It runs Imgburn and starts a virtual X server and a VNC server with Web GUI, so that you can interact with it. This container needs additional installation steps after running the docker, which can be found here:

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This Docker will download and install jDownloader2. JDownloader 2 is a free, open-source download management tool with a huge community of developers that makes downloading as easy and fast as it should be. Users can start, stop or pause downloads, set bandwith limitations, auto-extract archives and much more... Update Notice: Updates will be handled through jDownloader2 directly, simply click the 'Check for Updates' in the WebGUI.

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Backup, Cloud

Kopia is a simple, cross-platform tool for managing encrypted backups in the cloud. It provides fast, incremental backups, secure, client-side end-to-end encryption, compression and data deduplication. To run this container, you must create a htpasswd file (either via command line or using a tool such as and place it in the /mnt/user/appdata/kopia/config directory, then adjust the Post Arguments accordingly.

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Lomorage enables you to backup photos / videos from any devices to your self-hosted server, and intelligently manages these personal assets via AI. Run the Lomorage server at your home, download mobile client to save the memories, and enjoy the moments.

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LuckyBackup is a very user-friendly GUI backup program. It uses rsync as a backend and transfers over only changes made rather than all data. Update: The container will check on every start/restart if there is a newer version available Cron: If you create a cron job please be sure to tick the "Console Mode" checkbox, otherwise the cron jobs will not work. Language: If you want to change the language make sure to exit luckyBackup from within the WebGUI by clicking 'Profile -> Quit' or CTRL +X otherwise the language change isn't saved.

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MailgunLogger is a simple admin tool that uses the Mailgun API to retrieves events on a regular basis from Mailgun - who only provide a limited time of event storage - and stores them inside a MySQL database.

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MEGAsync is an intuitive application that enables you to effortlessly synchronize folders on several computers. You simply need to upload data in the cloud and, within seconds, you can explore the same documents on your own PC. MEGAsync can synchronize all of your devices with your MEGA account. Access and work with your data securely across different locations and devices.

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Backup, Cloud

Minio is a high performance distributed object storage server, designed for large-scale private cloud infrastructure. Minio is widely deployed across the world with over 157M+ docker pulls

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Backup, Cloud, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

This unRAID application is a Docker container running rclone's built-in GUI ( The default username and password is rclone/rclone. To change it, modify the --rc-user and --rc-pass values for Post Arguments in unRAID's container configuration.

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Pinchflat is your next YouTube media manager **This is a pre-release of Pinchflat. Things will change and may break. Use at your own risk** Pinchflat is a lightweight and self-contained tool for automatically downloading and organizing media from YouTube

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Tired of searching for media on different torrent websites or paying for Usenet server access? Well look no further! You can now use PlexRipper to download "everything" from the Plex servers you have access to and expand your collection that way! Let others collect media for you and then just download everything!

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PlexRipper-Development beta

Backup, Downloaders, Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Other

DEVELOPMENT BUILD - Latest changes are made here! Tired of searching for media on different torrent websites or paying for Usenet server access? Well look no further! You can now use PlexRipper to download "everything" from the Plex servers you have access to and expand your collection that way! Let others collect media for you and then just download everything! Visit for more info!