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Nukkit is a Nuclear-Powered Server Software For Minecraft Pocket Edition VERY IMPORTANT: First run use Screen on Uraid docker exec -ti MinecraftPE /bin/bash Run command : java -jar /nukkit-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar select language after the first run everything should work fine To Interact with Server / adminstration, use "docker attach MinecraftPE" at command promt Press ctrl-p-ctrl-q to exit without shutting down the server

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Minisatip(https://github.com/catalinii/minisatip) is a multi-threaded satip server version 1.2 that runs under Linux and it was tested with DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-C2, ATSC and ISDB-T cards.

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Mopidy is an extensible music server written in Python. Mopidy plays music from local disk, Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Play Music, and more. You edit the playlist from any phone, tablet, or computer using a range of MPD and web clients. This is Mopidy for unraid with support for snapcast and icecast It is based on whhoesj/mopidy with additin of TuneIn and Youtube and Iris Web Interface. set up the docker set up the network to br0 with an ip set up volume mount to /mnt/user/appdata/mopidy/mopidy.conf >> /mopidy.conf set up volume mount for tmp/snapfifo if you use snapcast /mnt/user/appdata/mopidy/tmp/ >> /tmp set up volume mount for your local media generate the mopidy.conf file Doc here https://docs.mopidy.com/en/latest/config/ example here https://github.com/wernight/docker-mopidy/blob/master/README.md authentication for soundcloud and spotify https://www.mopidy.com/authenticate/ use my docker icecast or snapcast for music streaming: for audio you need a special config for snapcast you have to generate the audio output in a pipe file /tmp/snapfifo this is mounted in both docker container output = audioresample ! audio/x-raw,rate=48000,channels=2,format=S16LE ! audioconvert ! wavenc ! filesink location=/tmp/snapfifo icecast output = lamemp3enc ! shout2send async=false mount=mopidy ip=X.X.X.X port=8000 password=XXXXX

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Mopidy is an extensible music server written in Python. Mopidy plays music from local disk, Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Play Music, and more. You edit the playlist from any phone, tablet, or computer using a range of MPD and web clients. This is Mopidy3 for unraid with support for snapcast and multiple instances with automatic snapcast stream management. set up the docker set up volume mount to /mnt/user/appdata/mopidy/ >> /config/ add TCP ports for MPD, HTTP and TCP ports for each additional instance you want A configuration has been autogenerated with basic settings. The template for it can be found in the container in /home/templates. It is located in /etc/mopidy Do NOT modify the part of the audio output setting that says port=4953. This is automatically replaced for each instance generated to fill in the host and port. To configure the instance and snapcast settings, copy the template to your config folder and modify it. cp /home/templates/server.json /config/.

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Mopidy is an extensible music server written in Python. Mopidy plays music from local disk, Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Play Music, and more. You edit the playlist from any phone, tablet, or computer using a range of MPD and web clients. This is Mopidy3 for unraid with support for snapcast and icecast. set up the docker set up the network to br0 with an ip set up volume mount to /mnt/user/appdata/mopidy/ >> /config/ set up volume mount for tmp/snapfifo if you use snapcast /mnt/user/appdata/mopidy/tmp/ >> /tmp set up volume mount for your local media generate the mopidy.conf file Doc here https://docs.mopidy.com/en/latest/config/ example here https://github.com/maschhoff/docker/blob/master/mopidy/mopidy.conf authentication for soundcloud and spotify https://www.mopidy.com/authenticate/ *authenticate spotify https://developer.spotify.com/documentation/web-api/quick-start/ use my docker icecast or snapcast for music streaming: for audio you need a special config for snapcast you have to generate the audio output in a pipe file /tmp/snapfifo this is mounted in both docker container output = audioresample ! audio/x-raw,rate=48000,channels=2,format=S16LE ! audioconvert ! wavenc ! filesink location=/tmp/snapfifo icecast output = lamemp3enc ! shout2send async=false mount=mopidy ip=X.X.X.X port=8000 password=XXXXX

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mstream(https://mstream.io/) is a personal music streaming server. You can use mStream to stream your music from your home computer to any device, anywhere. There are mobile apps available for both Android and iPhone.

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A media server that allows you to stream audio files (e.g. music and audiobooks) that are stored on your unRAID server to Alexa enabled devices such as Amazon Echo or Amazon Dot using voice control. More details and the full list of features can be found on the My Media For Alexa web site. Additional detail on setting up My Media For Alexa on unRAID can be found here To administer the My Media For Alexa server use the WebUI.

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Nextcloud(https://nextcloud.com/) gives you access to all your files wherever you are. Where are your photos and documents? With Nextcloud you pick a server of your choice, at home, in a data center or at a provider. And that is where your files will be. Nextcloud runs on that server, protecting your data and giving you access from your desktop or mobile devices. Through Nextcloud you also access, sync and share your existing data on that FTP drive at the office, a Dropbox or a NAS you have at home.

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Nextcloud-multimedia

Cloud, Media ServersPhotos, Video

This is the latest Nextcloud-27.1.4-apache image with additional packages and plugins installed to support videos and facial recognition: - ffmpeg (install from apt repository) - pdlib (built from source) - bzip (built from source) INSTALLATION First install a MariaDB or PostgreSQL container. Changing their paths to /mnt/cache/appdata/... (instead of /mnt/user/appdata/...) will enormously boost Nextcloud's loading times! After that use the database's IP:Port and credentials to install Nextcloud. Optionally install the Swag or Nginx Proxy Manager container allows you to access Nextcloud from outside of your home through HTTPS (do not forget forwarding the Ports 80 and 443 in your router). Note: The proxy itself needs to communicate through HTTP (not HTTPS) with Nextcloud. INSTALL AND CONFIGURE NEXTCLOUD MEMORIES Install Memories from within the Nextcloud application and provide it the base folder for your media when it asks. Launch a console into the container and run the following commands individually: php occ memories:video-setup (follow the prompts) php occ memories:index INSTALL AND CONFIGURE FACIAL RECOGNITION Install the 'face recognition' app from within the Nextcloud application. Launch a terminal for the container and run the following command to initialize it (customize to suit): php occ face:setup --memory 1024M --model 1 From within the application, visit settings the face recognition settings and select a temporary file size. To kick off scanning for faces: php occ face:background_job UPDATES Nextcloud often needs manual interaction to fix database indexes. In those cases execute the following through the Unraid Terminal to fix them: docker exec --user 99 Nextcloud php occ db:add-missing-indices Sometimes this command is needed: docker exec --user 99 Nextcloud php occ db:convert-filecache-bigint --no-interaction

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This is a template for the Nextcloudpi docker container, this is an all in one solution for someone wanting to run Nextcloud on their unRaid server. More information can be found here: https://ownyourbits.com/ https://hub.docker.com/r/ownyourbits/nextcloudpi Before hitting start, select advanced view in the top right corner, add your servers IP address e.g. 192.168.1.5 or the IP of the container if you specify a unique one.

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The OBS with NDI is incorporated into the container and can be used to stream your desktop. With the latetest OBS version the is support for obs-websocket. The VNC password is 'headless'. You can connect with your own VNC client at 5901 or use the webclient at 6901

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Oscam(https://git.streamboard.tv/common/oscam) is an Open Source Conditional Access Module software used for descrambling DVB transmissions using smart cards. It's both a server and a client.

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PhotoStructure is your new home for all your photos and videos. Cross-platform libraries that you can move seamlessly across Docker, Windows, macOS, and Linux Fast, fun mobile-friendly UI Support for very large (250,000+ asset) libraries Support for almost all RAW and video formats (thanks to LibRaw and FFmpeg) Robust metadata support, including Google Takeouts, XMP sidecars, and sibling inference Robust image and video deduplication PhotoStructure is extremely configurable. See the documentation for details. Be sure to visit PhotoStructure's forum for tips, support, and to vote on what features you want to see next. We also have a discord! To import additional directories or volumes: click "Add another Path" enter a Container path (like "/photos") click Host Path and pick the directory you want to import click "Add", then click "Apply". PhotoStructure will find the new directory automatically if you leave the "Where else are your photos and videos?" section set to "Automatic", which is the default. Initial template by Spants (thanks!)

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<h1> <em>Picthor.Io photo library browser</em> </h1> <p> <em> The goal of this software to provide a simple, fast and lightweight tool for browsing personal photo libraries. </em> </p> <br><br> <p> <strong>WARNING: </strong>Currently there is no authentication functionality, deploy with care. </p> <p> <strong>BETA: </strong>This project is in early development stage, expect bugs. </p> <br><br>

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Homepage: http://bpatrik.github.io/pigallery2/ This is a fast (like faster than your PC fast) directory-first photo gallery website, optimised for running on low resource servers (especially on raspberry pi). ✔️ Strenghts: ⚡ Fast, like for real ✔️ Simple. Point to your photos folder and a temp folder and you are good to go ⛔ Weakness: 😥 Its simple. Shows what you have that's it. No gallery changes (photo delete, rotate, enhance, tag, organize, etc), your gallery folder is read-only. Live Demo @ heroku: https://pigallery2.herokuapp.com/ BasicLogin. User: Admin Password: Admin

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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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A tiling image board system for people who want to save, tag, and share images, videos and webpages in an easy to skim through format. Basically self-hosted Pinterest. Project includes a chrome/firefox extension bookmarklet.

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piwigo

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Piwigo(http://piwigo.org/) is a photo gallery software for the web that comes with powerful features to publish and manage your collection of pictures.

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This Tools provides a way to keep your watched history synced FROM Plex Server To Trakt.tv (IT will not do history prior to tool Installation) it uses WebHooks to Accomplish this so a PLEX PASS Subscription is needed to use WebHooks. Trakt.tv has a build in tool for the same thingbut requires Trakt.tv VIP Subscription to use it. GoPlaxt is free and doesn't require Trakt.tv VIP subscription. Original Dev has stop development after Trakt.tv added it to the VIP subscription, However the dev (XandarStrike) has stated he will continue to merge PR's to the project but will not answer if any issues arrise. This is the SELFHOSTED version of the same tool that dev (XandarStrike) offers freely on his server at https://plaxt.astandke.com/ Requirements: - Create a new API App on Trakt.tv - Enable Scrobble and Check-in - Set Redirect URL to: - https://sub.example.com:/authorize (keep in mind your Plaxt instance must be accessible to all the Plex servers you intend to play media from. ) - http://your-local-ip:8000/authorize - Set JavaScript (cors) origins to: - http://your-local-ip:8000 Make Note of CLIENT ID and CLIENT SECRET this are REQUIRED.

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Plex(https://plex.tv) organizes video, music and photos from personal media libraries and streams them to smart TVs, streaming boxes and mobile devices. This container is packaged as a standalone Plex Media Server. Straightforward design and bulk actions mean getting things done faster.