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Adminer (formerly phpMinAdmin) is a full-featured database management tool written in PHP. Conversely to phpMyAdmin, it consist of a single file ready to deploy to the target server. Adminer is available for MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS SQL, Oracle, Firebird, SimpleDB, Elasticsearch and MongoDB. Go to for themes Plugins:

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AirConnect container for turning Chromecast into Airplay targets This is a containerized build of the fantastic program by philippe44 called AirConnect. It allows you to be able to use AirPlay to push audio to Chromecast and UPNP based devices. There are some advanced details and information that you should review on his GitHub Project. For the most part this container needs nothing more than to launch it using Host networking.

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AirDC++ Web Client is a locally installed application, which is designed for frequent sharing of files or directories within groups of people in a local network or over internet. The daemon application can be installed on different types of systems, such as on file servers and NAS devices. Username / password for the default admin account is: admin / password

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This small Alpine Linux based Docker image will allow you to use the free CloudFlare DNS Service as a Dynamic DNS Provider (DDNS). Variable:EMAIL: Your Cloudflare email. Variable:API_KEY: A Zone-DNS API Key to be created on the following page: Variable:ZONE: Your domain name. e.g. Variable:SUBDOMAIN: Your subdomain. e.g. (Only enter subdomain name, not entire address!) Variable:PROXIED: Set this to true if the domain is using the Cloudflare proxy (CDN). Defaults to false Variable:RRTYPE: Set to AAAA to use set IPv6 records instead of IPv4 records. Defaults to A for IPv4 records. NOTE: AAAA: You will also need to run docker with IPv6 support, or run the container with host networking enabled.

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Web GUI for Duplicacy. Duplicacy backs up your files to many cloud storages with client-side encryption and the highest level of deduplication Note: - It's imporatant to pass hostname (Advanced View > Extra Parameters > --hostname=), as duplicacy license is requested based on hostname and machine-id provided by dbus. - Machine-id will be persisted in the /config directory. - Default hostname set to 'duplicacy-unraid'. - If you want to backup the unRAID FLASH drive then you will have to run Duplicacy as root i.e. USR_ID=0 and GRP_ID=0 - /config -- is where configuration data will be stored. Should be backed up. - /logs -- logs will go there. - /cache -- transient and temporary files will be stored here. Can be safely deleted. - Readme:

A python script that will parse the nginx access.log and send geolocation metrics and log metrics to InfluxDB Grafans dashboard link: See readme for instructions and additional environment variables.

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Official Graylog Docker image. For more variables see the Graylog configuration file: and The default root user is named 'admin' To create the SHA256 string run 'echo -n YOUR16CHARACTERPASSWORD | sha256sum'

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Kitana exposes your Plex plugin interfaces "to the outside world". It does that by authenticating against Plex.TV, then connecting to the Plex Media Server you tell it to, and essentially proxying the plugin UI. It has full PMS connection awareness and allows you to connect locally, remotely, or even via relay. To set the baseurl for this application, open advanced view, and add -p /kitana -P to the "Post Arguments"

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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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Mango is a self-hosted manga server and reader. Its features include - Multi-user support - OPDS support - Dark/light mode switch - Supported formats: .cbz, .zip, .cbr and .rar - Supports nested folders in library - Automatically stores reading progress - Thumbnail generation - Supports plugins to download from third-party sites - The web reader is responsive and works well on mobile, so there is no need for a mobile app - All the static files are embedded in the binary, so the deployment process is easy and painless

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Monica, the Personal Relationship Manager Complete list of env : APP_URL:

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A docker image to run OpenLDAP, The container default log level is info. Available levels are: none, error, warning, info, debug and trace. To use this container with phpldapadmin, create a custom network that both containers are on and then link them using --link openldap:PHPLDAPADMIN_LDAP_HOSTS in the extra parameters of the phpldapadmin docker container (which should be equal to HOSTNAME in this container). Any other docker that wants to use LDAP credentials will need the same extra parameter including Let's Encrypt if you are using's ldap-auth container.