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reddit.com/r/VPN | 2021-05-03
I followed this tutorial to setup the configuration and docker-compose portions.
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reddit.com/r/OpenVPN | 2021-04-18
I'm a bit of a container newbie. Trying to get OpenVPN client started from docker-compose file following this person's brief tutorial. But it seems to keep restarting, and I can't make heads or tails out of the log. Does anything stick out at you? Here's the docker log, my docker-compose yml, and the config for openVPN.
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reddit.com/r/synology | 2021-04-12
Yes it is possible to do what you have described but you will probably suffer a lot trying to do it by yourself. Just google HTPC docker setups on gitlab - people already have full docker-compose configuration files figured out for you to use. And yes it is possible to have a VPN tunnel in a separate docker network and route your sonarr, radarr, torrent traffic through that and let your nextcloud container use another “regular” network. In fact all of these setups use just that.
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reddit.com/r/HomeServer | 2021-03-14
There are a few online, this Is not bad https://github.com/sebgl/htpc-download-box
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reddit.com/r/docker | 2021-03-10
So I'm following this guide to try and make my Pi 3B+ into a local plex server. I've followed the tutorial until the point where I'm configuring my PIA VPN to work with Deluge. I double checked the steps but still get this error:
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reddit.com/r/PleX | 2021-02-24
What's the go-to all in one system image these days?
reddit.com/r/usenet | 2021-02-18
Here ya go: https://github.com/sebgl/htpc-download-box
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reddit.com/r/radarr | 2021-02-17
So this might not apply to you directly, but might help others looking for similar answers - I'm running them (well, actually, the whole HTPC Download Box, modified a bit to my needs) - on RPi 4 (4 GB), and it all runs perfectly fine.
Portainer up and running, but how to allow Radarr to access my existing non-containerised shared folders?
reddit.com/r/qnap | 2021-02-12
I think this guide is well written and concise. You’ll need to change paths to what you have but the general idea is very well presented.
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reddit.com/r/PleX | 2021-02-06
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reddit.com/r/docker | 2021-02-02
As mentioned below steer clear of Windows for this if you really want to run this as a server. Unraid would be cheaper than a windows licence unless you have a spare copy anyway. If you are happy with CLI then debian, Ubuntu etc will get you started pretty quick. If you want a web based gui and still have linux underneath then look at open media vault. Techno dad life on YouTube has some good videos on getting started. Whatever you do I recommend you install portainer to manage docker as again it gives you a gui but also allows you to run multiple stacks (think docker compose). This makes it really easy to tweak configs and spin up containers as needed. To get started with your media stack try this guide out https://github.com/sebgl/htpc-download-box
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reddit.com/r/PleX | 2021-01-24
I just switched to this docker-compose setup that includes containers for plex, sonarr, radarr, jackett, bazarr, nzbget, and deluge with its internet access routed through a vpn client.