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Komf is a Metadata Fetcher for Komga and/or Kavita. You can let it run in the Background to update new added series or Connect to it's API directly and/or use the userscript to update directly in the Komga WebUI.(https://github.com/Snd-R/komf-userscript) Note that this is an API Container so there is no WebUI. Setup: Add Container as usual. Add the application.yml to the config folder (if it wasn't automatically added). Remove the Komf or Kavita Parts of the yml, when you aren't planning on using them. The .yml is in the top Post of the Thread (https://forums.unraid.net/topic/124326-komf-docker-support-thread/).

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Krusader is an advanced orthodox file manager for KDE and other desktops in the Unix world. It is similar to the console-based GNU Midnight Commander, GNOME Commander for the GNOME desktop environment, or Total Commander for Windows, all of which can trace their paradigmatic features to the original Norton Commander for DOS. It supports extensive archive handling, mounted filesystem support, FTP, advanced search, viewer/editor, directory synchronisation, file content comparisons, batch renaming, etc. Language Notice: Enter your prefered locales, you can find a full list of supported languages in: '/usr/share/i18n/SUPPORTED' simply open up a console from the Container and type in 'cat /usr/share/i18n/SUPPORTED' (eg: 'en_US.UTF-8 UTF8' or 'de_DE.UTF-8 UTF-8', 'fr_FR.UTF-8 UTF-8'...) Unassigned Devices mount: If you want to mount a share that is mounted via Unassigned Devices please change the Access Mode to Read/Write - Slave or Read Only - Slave! ATTENTION: Wronge usage of this tool can lead to data loss, be carefull when using Krusader with Unraid. You can delete your whole Array with a single button press if you don't be carefull!!!

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Kutt is a modern URL shortener with support for custom domains. Shorten URLs, manage your links and view the click rate statistics. This container requires Redis a Postgres database and a functioning FQDN Setup: 1. Install the Postgres container from your Apps tab. 2. Create a database an user. 3. Give the user permissions on the created database. 4. Install the Redis container from your Apps tab. 5. Setup an email account which Kutt can use. (technically optional but highly recommended!) 6. Setup an your preferred method of exposing Kutt to the outside world. 7. Fill out this template. Optional: 1. Setup Google Safe Browsing 2. Setup Google Analytics

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LaaC: liquidctl as a Container Another take on liquidctl on docker. Github: https://github.com/mplogas/laac

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languagetool

Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

LanguageTool is an Open Source proofreading software for English, French, German, Polish, Russian, and more than 20 other languages. It finds many errors that a simple spell checker cannot detect. LanguageTool can make use of large n-gram data sets to detect errors with words that are often confused. To add the ngram data to the docker, download the languages you want from here: https://languagetool.org/download/ngram-data/, move it to your server and link the location in the container path /ngrams. By default, this is set to the appdata folder. More information on ngram data can be found here: https://dev.languagetool.org/finding-errors-using-n-gram-data

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Ldap-auth(https://github.com/nginxinc/nginx-ldap-auth) software is for authenticating users who request protected resources from servers proxied by nginx. It includes a daemon (ldap-auth) that communicates with an authentication server, and a webserver daemon that generates an authentication cookie based on the user’s credentials. The daemons are written in Python for use with a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication server (OpenLDAP or Microsoft Windows Active Directory 2003 and 2012).

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Lemur manages TLS certificate creation. While not able to issue certificates itself, Lemur acts as a broker between CAs and environments providing a central portal for developers to issue TLS certificates with 'sane' defaults. CFSSL is CloudFlare's PKI/TLS swiss army knife. It is both a command line tool and an HTTP API server for signing, verifying, and bundling TLS certificates.

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LibreChat brings together the future of assistant AIs with the revolutionary technology of OpenAI's ChatGPT. Celebrating the original styling, LibreChat gives you the ability to integrate multiple AI models. It also integrates and enhances original client features such as conversation and message search, prompt templates and plugins. https://docs.librechat.ai/

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libreoffice

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LibreOffice(https://www.libreoffice.org/) is a free and powerful office suite, and a successor to OpenOffice.org (commonly known as OpenOffice). Its clean interface and feature-rich tools help you unleash your creativity and enhance your productivity.

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<p>LinkAce is a self-hosted archive to collect links of your favorite websites. </p> <p>-<span style="color: rgb(184, 49, 47);">Before you start CLI unraid</span><br><br><em>mkdir /mnt/user/appdata/linkace/</em><br><em>wget -O /mnt/user/appdata/linkace/.env https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Kovah/LinkAce/main/.env.docker.production</em><br><br>-Edit .env with your configuration<br><br>-start the linkace then CLI linkace<br><br><em>php artisan key:generate</em></p>

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Self-hosted open-source Linktree alternative LinkStack is a highly customizable link sharing platform with an intuitive, easy to use user interface.

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|------------------------------------------------- | General Information |------------------------------------------------- Linkwarden is a self-hosted, open-source collaborative bookmark manager to collect, organize and archive webpages. The objective is to organize useful webpages and articles you find across the web in one place, and since useful webpages can go away (see the inevitability of Link Rot), Linkwarden also saves a copy of each webpage as a Screenshot and PDF, ensuring accessibility even if the original content is no longer available. Additionally, Linkwarden is designed with collaboration in mind, sharing links with the public and/or allowing multiple users to work together seamlessly. |------------------------------------------------- | Register for an Account |------------------------------------------------- After the start of the Container you need to Sign up for an Account in your own Application. |------------------------------------------------- | SSO/OAuth Integrations |------------------------------------------------- Here are all the SSO/OAuth integrations Linkwarden has -> https://docs.linkwarden.app/self-hosting/sso-oauth

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Allows you to control an AIO liquid-cooler and RGB devices, that are supported by liquidctl, with a small footprint docker-container. Find detailed information on the usage in the project page: https://github.com/avpnusr/liquidctl-docker

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A plugin that integrates a Link Layer Discovery Protocol service into UNRAID systems (speaking LLDP, CDP, FDP, SONMP and EDP). LLDP allows you to know exactly on which port is a server (and reciprocally). LLDP is an industry standard protocol designed to supplant proprietary Link-Layer protocols. The goal of LLDP is to provide an inter-vendor compatible mechanism to deliver Link-Layer notifications to adjacent network devices.

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The free, Open Source OpenAI alternative. Self-hosted, community-driven and local-first. Drop-in replacement for OpenAI running on consumer-grade hardware. No GPU required. Runs gguf, transformers, diffusers and many more models architectures. It allows to generate Text, Audio, Video, Images. Also with voice cloning capabilities.

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Downloads and installs a macOS VM. Either Monterey, Big Sur, Catalina, Mojave or High Sierra. It will download the install media from Apple servers and convert it to a usable format for use for a VM. It can fully autoinstall a macOS VM on the server. Also it can prepare all files ready for a manual install if you prefer. Tools are also provided to fix the xml when the custom xml has been stripped out of the VM after its been edited by the Unraid VM manager. Usage Operating System Version: Choose version from below Big Sur (default) Monterey Catalina Mojave High Sierra VM Images Location: Location of your vm share ( default /mnt/user/domains/ ) Install Type: Auto install # (This will download MacOS and install needed files into your VM location.) Manual- install # (This will download MacOS and put all needed files into correct place ready for easy manual install.) Vdisk size : The size you want your vdisk to be created Vdisk type: Set vdisk type raw or qcow2 Opencore stock or custom: Select the defualt Opencore in Macinabox or use one added in macinabox appdata in the folder custom_opencore Delete and replace Opencore: Select No or Yes to delete your vms opencore image and replace with fresh one. Override defualt NIC type: Default No - Override the default nic type in the vm going to be installed. VM Images Location: You only need to change if your VM images are not in the default location /mnt/user/domains VM Images Location AGAIN: Only needs changing if you changed the above. Location must match the above. Isos Share Location: This is where macinabox will put install media and Opencore bootloader Isos Share Location AGAIN: You only need to change if your ISO images are not in the default location /mnt/user/isos appdata location: If you change this you will need to do the same in the macinabox help user script

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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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Mainsail makes Klipper more accessible by adding a lightweight, responsive web user interface, centred around an intuitive and consistent design philosophy. Download config.json BEFORE you start your container https://raw.githubusercontent.com/patrickstigler/unraid_app_templates/main/mainsail/config.json And put it in your config folder, the default is /mnt/user/appdata/mainsail/config.json Happy printing