Cloudbox is an Ansible-based solution for rapidly deploying a Docker containerized cloud media server. This project was designed for x64 machines running Ubuntu Server 16.04/18.04 with limited support for other Debian distributions.docker ansible bittorrent sonarr plex rutorrent rclone usenet torrents radarr nzbhydra portainer plexpy nzbget ombi jackett lidarr plexdrive tautulli cloudbox
Each application comes bundled with an oauth2_proxy authentication layer for providers like Google. This is not only useful to protect your applications against the internet but also to allow friends or family to login using their own credentials and monitor usage from the telemetry stack. You need to rebuild your image every time you update the configuration. The provided service in oauth uses the gelf logging driver so no logging for those services will be available from the console.docker-compose plex radarr sonarr deluge vpn docker pms jackett ssl letsencrypt oauth traefik
This is a simple docker-compose configuration to standup a new HTPC. It's based on running on an Ubuntu server, but could easily be adapted for other opertaing systems with Docker support. If this project has helped you in anyway, and you'd like to say thanks...htpc plex deluge docker sonarr radarr torrent portainer tautulli jackett ombi muximux nginx-proxy letsencrypt duplicati watchtower netdata vpn privateinternetaccess ubuntu-server
Automatically configure torrent and usenet indexers in Sonarr, Radarr, Lidarr, CouchPotato, Sickbeard, SickRage, etc based on the definitions in applications like Jackett, Cardigann, NZBHydra2, etc. You should be able to add a new indexer to Jackett et al and with one run of this tool have a new indexer entry in Sonarr et al. Likewise, you should be able to rotate your API token in Jackett et al and have it update all the indexers defined in Sonarr et al.torrent couchpotato sonarr sickrage torrents sickbeard radarr nzb-indexers jackett lidarr nzbhydra2 cardigann torrent-trackers
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