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This plugin will install all necessary modules and dependencies for your Nvidia Graphics Card so that you can make use of it in your Docker containers. In the settings/plugins menu you find your UUID of your graphics card(s). You can also choose your preferred version of the Nvidia drivers, by default it will always grab the latest driver version that is availabe for the current Unraid build. This plugin satisfies installation prerequisites of the GPU Statistics plugin from Community Apps. With both plugins installed you can display Nvidia GPU utilization on the unRAID Dashboard. ATTENTION: If you plan to pass through your card to a VM don't install this plugin!

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NVTOP stands for Neat Videocard TOP, a (h)top like task monitor for AMD, Intel and NVIDIA GPUs. It can handle multiple GPUs and print information about them in a htop familiar way. This Plugin is based on: https://github.com/Syllo/nvtop

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This is a simple container that will check if a domain name or IP address is pingable and send you a message with Pushover if it goes offline. You can install it on your machine to get notified with Pushover if a site goes down, or you can install it on a remote machine to ping your server and get a notification if it's not reachable.

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This package contains and installs the OpenRGB Patch that needs to be installed in conjunction with the OpenRGB Docker container to take full controll over your RGB lighting. To see all the RGB devices you have to pass through the devices /sys/bus/i2c/device and /dev/i2c-0 to the OpenRGB Docker container and maybe all other /dev/i2c-X devices (where you have to replace X with the number from the device to pass through).

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Owncast is a self-hosted live video and web chat server for use with existing popular broadcasting software. Admin login: The credentials for the admin site: 'http://SERVERIP:PORT/admin' are Username: 'admin' and Password: 'abc123' (please note that the password is also your streaming key and should be changed to something very strong). Update Notice: Simply restart the container if a newer version from Owncast is available. AMD Hardware transcoding (Please note that you have to be on Unraid 6.9.0beta35 to enable the moduel for AMD): - Open up a Terminal from Unraid and type in: 'modprobe amdgpu' (without quotes or you edit your 'go' file to load it on every restart of Unraid - refer to the support thread) - At 'Device' at the bottom here in the template add '/dev/dri' - In Owncast open the admin page and go to 'Configuration' -> 'Video Configuration' -> 'Advanced Settins', select 'VA-API hardware encoding' from the dropdown and click 'Yes' Intel Hardware transcoding: - Download and install the Intel-GPU-TOP Plugin from the CA App - At 'Device' at the bottom here in the template add '/dev/dri' - In Owncast open the admin page and go to 'Configuration' -> 'Video Configuration' -> 'Advanced Settins', select 'VA-API hardware encoding' from the dropdown and click 'Yes' Nvidia Hardware transcoding: - Download and install the Nvidia-Driver Plugin from the CA App - Turn on the 'Advanced View' here in the template and at 'Extra Parameters' add: '--runtime=nvidia'. - At 'Nvidia Visible Devices' at the bottom here in the template add your GPU UUID. - In Owncast open the admin page and go to 'Configuration' -> 'Video Configuration' -> 'Advanced Settins', select 'NVIDIA GPU acceleration' from the dropdown and click 'Yes' Also visit the Homepage of the creator and consider Donating: https://owncast.online/

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Portfolio-Performance

Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

Portfolio Performance is an open source tool to calculate the overall performance of an investment portfolio - across all accounts - using True-Time Weighted Return or Internal Rate of Return. Update: The container will check on every start/restart if there is a newer version available ATTENTION: Please save your documents only in the Home directory! Don't save or modify anything inside the 'bin' and 'runtime' folders. INFO: If the last view is not saved accross container restarts it is recommended to exit the container once after you've configured it to your likings through the WebGUI by clicking File -> Quit, this will ensure that the last view is saved properly.

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Prometheus MSI Afterburner Exporter

ich777

Plugins, Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

Is a slim plugin, that takes informations gathered form the MSI Afterburner Remote Server API and provides it to a Prometheus database. Usage is not limited to Prometheus only. Data can be formated and displayed to any database or graphical node. This plugin requires the MSI Afterburner Remote Server on the machine that you want to watch, please configure the IP address of your local MSI Afterburner Remote Server on the Settings page from the plugin! Export URL: The URL for the exportet metrics is: 'http://YOURunRAIDIP:9091/metrics' (to use it in Prometheus add the target: 'YOURunRAIDIP:9091' to your Prometheus yaml). This Plugin is based on: https://github.com/kennedyoliveira/prometheus-msi-afterburner-exporter

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Prometheus nvidia-smi Exporter

ich777

Plugins, Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

Is a slim plugin, that takes informations gathered from nvidia-smi and provides it to a Prometheus database. Usage is not limited to Prometheus only. Data can be formated and displayed to any database or graphical node. Export URL: The URL for the exportet metrics is: 'http://YOURunRAIDIP:9202/metrics' (to use it in Prometheus add the target: 'YOURunRAIDIP:9202' to your Prometheus yaml). This Plugin is based on: https://github.com/e7d/docker-prometheus-nvidiasmi

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Prometheus-AdGuard-Exporter

ich777

Plugins, Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

Is a slim plugin, that takes informations gathered from the AdGuard API and provides it to a Prometheus database. Usage is not limited to Prometheus only. Data can be formated and displayed to any database or graphical node. Export URL: The URL for the exportet metrics is: 'http://YOURunRAIDIP:9617/metrics' (to use it in Prometheus add the target: 'YOURunRAIDIP:9617' to your Prometheus yaml). This Plugin is based on adguard-exporter from ebrianne: https://github.com/ebrianne/adguard-exporter

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Prometheus-Fritzbox-Exporter

ich777

Plugins, Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

Is a slim plugin, that takes informations gathered from your Fritzbox and provides it to a Prometheus database. Usage is not limited to Prometheus only. Data can be formated and displayed to any database or graphical node. Export URL: The URL for the exportet metrics is: 'http://YOURunRAIDIP:9042/metrics' (to use it in Prometheus add the target: 'YOURunRAIDIP:9042' to your Prometheus yaml). This Plugin is based on fritzbox-exporter from sberk42: https://github.com/sberk42/fritzbox_exporter

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Prometheus-Node-Exporter

ich777

Plugins, Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

Is a slim plugin, that takes informations gathered form your unRAID system and provides it to a Prometheus database. Usage is not limited to Prometheus only. Data can be formated and displayed to any database or graphical node. Export URL: The URL for the exportet metrics is: 'http://YOURunRAIDIP:9100/metrics' (to use it in Prometheus add the target: 'YOURunRAIDIP:9100' to your Prometheus yaml). This Plugin is based on node_exporter: https://github.com/prometheus/node_exporter

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Prometheus-PiHole-Exporter

ich777

Plugins, Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

Is a slim plugin, that takes informations gathered from the Pi-Hole API and provides it to a Prometheus database. Usage is not limited to Prometheus only. Data can be formated and displayed to any database or graphical node. Export URL: The URL for the exportet metrics is: 'http://YOURunRAIDIP:9617/metrics' (to use it in Prometheus add the target: 'YOURunRAIDIP:9617' to your Prometheus yaml). This Plugin is based on pihole-exporter from eko: https://github.com/eko/pihole-exporter

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Prometheus-Wireguard-Exporter

ich777

Plugins, Productivity, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

This plugin takes informations gathered from the wireguard API and provides it to a Prometheus database. Usage is not limited to Prometheus only. Data can be formated and displayed to any database or graphical node. Export URL: The URL for the exportet metrics is: 'http://YOURunRAIDIP:9586/metrics' (to use it in Prometheus add the target: 'YOURunRAIDIP:9586' to your Prometheus yaml). This Plugin is based on prometheus_wireguard_exporter from MindFlavor: https://github.com/MindFlavor/prometheus_wireguard_exporter

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This is a simple container that sends a message when the container is started (needed this for a headless machine to know when I can connect or better speaking start up the VM's with WOL).

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This package contains and installs the QNAP Embedded Controller chip Kernel module, this allows you to read fan speeds and temperatures as well as reading and writing the fan PWM values from the ITE Tech Inc. IT8528 embedded controller chip. Currently known supported units are: TS-473A, TS-673A, TS-873A, TS-h886, TS-453Be, TS-877, TS-1677x, TS-253B, TS-453A, TS-464 Source: https://github.com/Stonyx/QNAP-EC

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This plugin adds the tool 'radeontop' to your unRAID server and also enables your AMD GPU from the installation of this plugin on, so no editis to the 'go' file or creation of other files are necessary (please not that this plugin only enables the 'amdgpu' Kernel module and not the 'radeon' Kernel module). To see the usage of your GPU open up the unRAID Terminal and type in 'radeontop' (without quotes). This plugin satisfies installation prerequisites of the GPU Statistics plugin from Community Apps. With both plugins installed you can display AMD GPU utilization on the unRAID Dashboard.

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This Docker will download and install Rapid Photo Downloader. ATTENTION: Please be sure to set the right source and destination folder on the server, otherwise the template creates automaticaly two new folders to your shares if not changed ('rpd-source-folder' & 'rpd-destiantion-folder'). Update Notice: Go to the Rapid Photo Downloader homepage (https://www.damonlynch.net/rapid/) and got to the download selection, rightclick on "Install script" and select "Copy Link Location" then paste the copied link into the "Download URL" variable.

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This plugin adds RCON to your unRAID server and enables your to connecto to various servers who are following the RCON protocol standard. Simply issue 'rcon -h' from an unRAID Terminal and you get an overview on how to connect. A basic connection command will look like this: 'rcon -a RCONIP:RCONPORT -p PASSWORD' to end the connection press CTRL + C. ATTENTION: The RCON protocol transmits everything un-encrypted (including your password!). Therefore it is strongly recommended to not connect to RCON over the internet rather it is recommended to use a VPN or SSH if you want to connect to a foreign server over the internet. Source: https://github.com/n0la/rcon

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Remmina is a remote desktop client for POSIX-based computer operating systems. It supports the Remote Desktop Protocol, VNC, NX, XDMCP, SPICE and SSH protocols. With this container you can connect through VNC to your RDP session, SSH,... In the Docker Hub description for the container is a example how to reverse proxy noVNC with nginx and secure it via http basic authentification.

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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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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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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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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