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tautulli-notification-digest

Media ServersVideo, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

tautuilli-notification-digest (TND) acts a middleman between Discord and Tautulli for notifying you about recently added media to your plex server. It collects all of the Recently Added notifications Tautulli would send to a Discord notification agent throughout the day and then compiles them all into **one** notification that is sent on a schedule you configure. It reduces multiple, noisy notifications for active plex server into one digestable message sent once a day. You will need to make changes to Tautulli before TND is usable on unraid. Refer to the Support Thread or use the Quick Start guide in the project README to get started.

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Telegraf gathers metrics from your system and sends them to an InfluxDB server for storage. From InfluxDB you would typically use something like Grafana to plot the data. Both Grafana and Influxdb are available through Community Apps This version of telegraf requires you to manually place a config file at /mnt/user/appdata/telegraf/telegraf.conf The container will not start without it. The default telegraf.conf file can be extracted from telegraf by running this command before you launch telegraf docker run --rm telegraf telegraf config > /mnt/cache/appdata/telegraf/telegraf.conf Configuration Container Volumes: /var/run/docker.sock Read Only. Location of your docker socket. /var/run/utmp Read Only. Location of your utmp file. /run/udev Read Only. Allows you to identify devices based on their properties, like vendor ID and device ID /rootfs Read Only. To be mapped to the root of the host file system. This is so the disk usage reported will be that of the host system. /rootfs/etc Read Only. To be mapped to the etc of the host file system. This is so the disk usage reported will be that of the host system. /rootfs/proc Read Only. To be mapped to the proc of the host file system. This is so the disk usage reported will be that of the host system. /rootfs/sys Read Only. To be mapped to the sys of the host file system. This is so the disk usage reported will be that of the host system. Environment Variables: HOST_MOUNT_PREFIX Name of container volume mapping of the root file system. HOST_ETC Name of the etc volume mapping of the root file system. HOST_PROC Name of the proc volume mapping of the root file system. HOST_SYS Name of the sys volume mapping of the root file sytem.

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This is a 100% inline bot, you can't talk directly to him, you need to add your bot to your telegram and in any chat you type this: @BOT_NAME NAME_OF_THE_MOVIE And this will show you 5 movies that you can download click on the and will send the name and the image of the movie on a message so you can send to a friend or in my case my wife.

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This is a simple web controller for the Tenda SP9 smart plug. ROUTER_IP (env variable) to force your router ip if not 192.168.1.1 Serve at port 80. JSON file is located at /config/, add this to a volume to see it outside of the image. The first run may take around 10 seconds (more if you don't have a decent CPU or local network). Because the application fetchs all Tenda SP9 devices over the local network.

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teslacam-browser

Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

A Docker version of BobStrogg's TeslaCam Browser. Simply add the path to your TeslaCam videos and access the WebUI. GitHub repository located at https://github.com/BobStrogg/teslacam-browser

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TeslaMate is a powerful, self-hosted data logger for your Tesla. Postgres is required to save logged data.

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TheLonge is the self-hosted web IRC client. Modern features brought to IRC, Always connected, Responsive interface, Synchronized experience The Lounge is the official and community-managed fork of Shout, by Mattias Erming. Multiple Users: If you want to create a new user simply change the name in the 'Username' variable and also the 'Password' variable, this will have no impact to existing users (the 'Username' variable can't be empty and should always have a username in it that is available on the server).

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theme.park contains 50 themed applications, with css addons on certain themes. Installation methods include custom docker mods for linuxserver.io containers, custom scripts for select Hotio containers and multiple examples of subfiltering using webservers like Nginx and Apache Choose between 10 official styles, and 22 community styles! With the possibility to easily create your own themes using the defined variables. See https://theme-park.dev/ and https://docs.theme-park.dev/setup/#docker for more information

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This container will download and install Thunderbird from the preferred branch and language. ATTENTION: If you want to change the language, you have to delete every file in the 'thunderbird' directory except the 'profile' folder. RESOLUTION: You can also change the resolution from the WebGUI, to do that simply click on 'Show more settings...' (on a resolution change it can occour that the screen is not filled entirely with the Thunderbird window, simply restart the container and it will be fullscreen again).

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Thunderbird

Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

Thunderbird is a free email application that's easy to set up and customize. 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 https://github.com/jlesage/docker-thunderbird#readme

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Timelite is a Node.js application designed to help individuals and teams track their time spent on different tasks and projects. It provides a simple and intuitive interface for users to create projects, add tasks, and start and stop timers to track their work.

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Tag your time, get the insight - An open source time-tracker with an interactive user experience and powerful reporting. Use https://timetagger.app/cred to generate your credentials you will use to log in to timetagger. You can add multiple users this way (separated by commas).

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TitleCardMaker

Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

TitleCardMaker Automated title card maker for Plex <a href="https://github.com/CollinHeist/TitleCardMaker/wiki/Docker-Tutorial">Instructions are hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/CollinHeist/TitleCardMaker/wiki/Docker-Tutorial</a>

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This container will download and install Tor-Browser. RESOLUTION: You can also change the resolution from the WebGUI, to do that simply click on 'Show more settings...' (on a resolution change it can occour that the screen is not filled entirely with the Tor Browser window, simply restart the container and it will be fullscreen again).

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Trilium Notes is a hierarchical note taking application with focus on building large personal knowledge bases. Links Repository: https://github.com/zadam/trilium Wiki: https://github.com/zadam/trilium/wiki Docker: https://hub.docker.com/r/zadam/trilium Configuration /home/node/trilium-data Where Trilium should store logs, databases and configuration /home/node/trilium-data/backup Where Trilium should store the backups

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Twitch-Channel-Points-Miner

Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

First of all please create a run.py file. You can just copy example.py and modify it according to your needs. https://github.com/rdavydov/Twitch-Channel-Points-Miner-v2/blob/master/example.py

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This container will run apt-mirror and Apache2. This allows you to create a local apt mirror for Ubuntu packages. On first run you will have to edit the mirror.list file that lives in your CONFIG_DIR which repositories you want to sync and other settings like how many threads to use for downloading,... Restart the container afterwards (keep an eye on the logs the container will tell you what to do). ATTENTION/WARNING: Keep in mind that the first sync can take very long depending on how much repositories you've selected (jammy main restricted universe multiverse: Will take about 200GB of hard drive space!). Update from the mirror files: By default a cron job will run every day at 01:00 which will update your mirror. Mirror address: The default address for the mirror is 'http://ipFROMtheCONTAINER:980' Add something like this to your '/etc/apt/sources.list': 'deb http://ipFROMtheCONTAINER:980/ubuntu jammy main restricted universe multiverse'

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Ungoogled-Chromium

Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

Ungoogled-Chromium is a lightweight approach to removing Google web service dependency from the Chromium project web browser. - Ungoogled Chromium is Google Chromium, sans dependency on Google web services. - Ungoogled Chromium retains the default Chromium experience as closely as possible. Unlike other Chromium forks that have their own visions of a web browser, Ungoogled Chromium is essentially a drop-in replacement for Chromium. - Ungoogled Chromium features tweaks to enhance privacy, control, and transparency. However, almost all of these features must be manually activated or enabled. For more details, see Feature Overview. You can find the full source code here: https://github.com/Eloston/ungoogled-chromium

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unifi-controller-reborn

Network ServicesManagement, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

The Unifi-controller(https://www.ubnt.com/enterprise/#unifi) software is a powerful, enterprise wireless software engine ideal for high-density client deployments requiring low latency and high uptime performance.