Community Apps

Browse our large and growing catalog of applications to run in your Unraid server. 

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All the applications you love—built and maintained by a community member who understands what you need on Unraid. Love a particular app or plugin? Donate directly to the developer to support their work.

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HADashboard and Python apps for Home Assistant. Note that you MUST manually edit your auto-generated appdaemon.yaml file to add a few required settings. See support threat here for an example:

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Deepstack is an AI server that empowers every developer in the world to easily build state-of-the-art AI systems both on-premise and in the cloud. The promises of Artificial Intelligence are huge but becoming a machine learning engineer is hard. Build and deploy AI-powered applications with in-built and custom AI APIs, all offline and self-hosted. See and To use with home assistant see: and Old CPUs without AVX: If you are using an older CPU that doesn't support AVX (Warning: This version hasn't been updated in some time): 1. Add :noavx to the end of the Repository: field. 2. Should look like this: deepquestai/deepstack:noavx GPU: If you wish to use a NVIDIA GPU instead of your CPU: 1. Install Unraid Nvidia Plugin (available in the community apps store): 2. Add :gpu to the end of the Repository: field. Should look like this: deepquestai/deepstack:gpu 3. Add --runtime=nvidia to the Extra Parameters: field (to view this field switch to advanced view by clicking the toggle in the top right next to Basic View) . 4. Copy your GPU UUID to Nvidia Visible Devices:. (Can be found in the Nvidia Driver settings page under nVidia Info:). Should look something like this: GPU-1a2b3456-7890-1cd2-ea34-56b7c8de90a1 *I am not the creator or maintainer of this container I am merely providing the Unraid template.


This plugin is a wrapper for reading the files used by emhttpd for displaying various statistics, the files are read from /var/local/emhttp/*.ini and are converted to JSON for easy access by services/applications like Home Assistant. Please note there is no frontend, please visit the support thread for usage instructions.