DockSTARTer Alternatives

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Posts with mentions or reviews of DockSTARTer. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-08.
  • What to do for a first project
    reddit.com/r/homelab | 2021-10-08
    Install https://dockstarter.com/ This program really helped getting started with Docker which I have avoided for some reason because following guides seemed easier. Just a few commands to install and then type ds in the ssh, now you can install stuff with no commands.
  • Just got started a week ago, self-hosting is very addicting!
    Highly recommend looking into https://dockstarter.com/ to get your feet wet. I basically builds a docker-compose for you, which you can then go and check out and "reverse engineer" to see how it's all working. You can also alter the files to do whatever else you want as well.
  • Nvidia Shield TV Owners Are Pissed About the Banner Ads in Android TV - The continued expansion of ads in smart devices is really starting to get on people's nerves.
    reddit.com/r/gadgets | 2021-07-20
    A buddy of mine recently used Dockstarter to get his system up and running. It looks like a pretty neat little project for someone new to getting self-hosted stuff setup.
  • Can anyone share a link for All in one docker-compose.yml? I like it, but getting containers one by one, dealing with ports is too much!
    reddit.com/r/docker | 2021-07-09
    Maybe this is what you are looking for? Dockerstarter is a menu driven docker-compose file creator.
  • Docker setup Raspberry Pi 4 (8 GB) Can someone recommend a docker setup like HTPC Beginner only simpler to set up?
    Dockerstarter has the aim to make things as simple as possible. https://dockstarter.com/
  • Easy framework for running docker system?
    I went through this a while back -- had problems with HomelabOS and Ansible-NAS (that were definitely my fault, but alas). The one that made it real snappy - and I'm still using today, as it turns out to not be getting you that far away from docker proper - is DockStarter https://dockstarter.com/
  • Ansible collection for self hosted services (early beta)
    Have you seen some of the other ansible based projects geared towards self-hosting? Let me know if you haven’t and I’ll dig up some links for you (currently on my mobile). dockstarter is one that comes to mind.
  • First timer in search of possible all-in-one solution
    I’d highly recommend trying Dockstarter. It’s basically a gui/config builder for Docker containers, many of them he LinuxServer/LSIO ones someone else mentioned. It makes it super easy to get up and running when you’ve got no idea how this all works. There’s usually someone on their discord willing to help too.
  • Let's make some newbie's life better and post a few docker-compose files for them!
    I made a project that generates a compose file and .env for you with a menu to select apps https://dockstarter.com/
  • [Docker-Compose Collection] Plex Stack
    I found something similar to this and thought I'd share. https://github.com/GhostWriters/DockSTARTer or https://www.dockstarter.com
  • Plex on Docker, connection issues
    reddit.com/r/PleX | 2021-02-24
    Maybe try DockSTARTer https://dockstarter.com/ It more or less scripts the container set up. I've been using it for a few years and the discord community is super helpful. DS handles all of the ports and things.
  • What's the go-to all in one system image these days?
    reddit.com/r/usenet | 2021-02-18
    Definitely Dockstarter All in one docker solution for usenet. Super easy setup with four line of code on top of your preferred Linux distro, even includes samba!
  • anyone has well maintained one-click docker-compose script to start a new homelab services?
    reddit.com/r/homelab | 2021-01-16
    Have you heard of dockSTARTer? I haven't used it myself but have heard glowing reviews from a few co-workers.

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