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    • running now cheers

      i have the portainer pdf , and was looking for how to add images like sonarr, jackett radarr. amongst others

      but the documents does not show how to set them up

      pulledl the images
      in docker
      docker pull linuxserver/jackett
      and
      pulled the image in portainer by adding
      linuxserver/jackett

      so i assume this is the same way to pull the images

      after doing this i get
      Unusedlinuxserver/jackett:latest

      how do i get the image working/running

      thanks
      OMV 3.0.98 RPi 3 OMV 4.0.14 amd.64
    • Now you have to run this image.
      You can run the image from portainer GUI or in command line. I personally prefer running in command line and manage containers in portainer GUI.

      Each image you download has informations in dockerhub. For jackett, look here, you need 2 folders:
      • /config - where Jackett should store its config file.
      • /downloads - Path to torrent blackhole
      So, go to your omv host in ssh and create a folder for Jackett where you want to store data:
      For exemple :

      Source Code

      1. sudo mkdir /srv/DEV-disk-by-label-01/Jackett
      2. sudo mkdir /srv/DEV-disk-by-label-01/Jackett/config
      3. sudo mkdir /srv/DEV-disk-by-label-01/Jackett/downloads
      4. sudo chown -R yourDockerUser:docker /srv/DEV-disk-by-label-01/Jackett/

      Now, to run jackett:

      Source Code

      1. docker create
      2. --name=jackett
      3. -v /srv/DEV-disk-by-label-01/Jackett/config:/config
      4. -v /srv/DEV-disk-by-label-01/Jackett/downloads:/downloads
      5. -e PGID=<gid> -e PUID=<uid>
      6. -e TZ=Europe/Paris
      7. -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro
      8. -p 9117:9117
      9. linuxserver/jackett
      Replace PGID et PUID and change timezone (TZ) to put yours.
      I'm a Docker Technical Sales Professional.

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    • thanks for that info

      created and running using this setup


      sudo mkdir /wdblue/jackett
      sudo mkdir /wdblue/jackett/config
      sudo mkdir /wdblue/jackett/downloads

      sudo chown -R piomv:docker /wdblue/jackett /




      docker create \
      --name=jackett \
      -v /wdblue/jackett/config:/config \
      -v /wdblue/jackett/downloads:/downloads \
      -e PGID=100 -e PUID=1000 \
      -e TZ=Europe/London \
      -p 9117:9117 \
      linuxserver/jackett

      container runs , so i go to hostipaddress:9117 but page unavailable container stops immediately
      log shows
      standard_init_linux.go:195: exec user process caused "exec format error",

      any idea's
      OMV 3.0.98 RPi 3 OMV 4.0.14 amd.64
    • gdf wrote:

      thanks for that info

      created and running using this setup


      sudo mkdir /wdblue/jackett
      sudo mkdir /wdblue/jackett/config
      sudo mkdir /wdblue/jackett/downloads

      sudo chown -R piomv:docker /wdblue/jackett /




      docker create \
      --name=jackett \
      -v /wdblue/jackett/config:/config \
      -v /wdblue/jackett/downloads:/downloads \
      -e PGID=100 -e PUID=1000 \
      -e TZ=Europe/London \
      -p 9117:9117 \
      linuxserver/jackett

      container runs , so i go to hostipaddress:9117 but page unavailable container stops immediately
      log shows
      standard_init_linux.go:195: exec user process caused "exec format error",

      any idea's

      I'd be willing to bet that you are running OMV on an ARM platform. If you are, then linuxserver/jackett is the wrong image to be using. The one for ARM hardware is lsioarmhf/jackett

      I have another suggestion for you. Please edit your profile on this forum to include a posting signature, and in it list what hardware you run on and what OMV version you run. Keep this current too.
      OMV 4.x - ASRock Rack C2550D4I - 16GB ECC - Silverstone DS380
    • gderf wrote:

      I'd be willing to bet that you are running OMV on an ARM platform. If you are, then linuxserver/jackett is the wrong image to be using. The one for ARM hardware is lsioarmhf/jackett

      I have another suggestion for you. Please edit your profile on this forum to include a posting signature, and in it list what hardware you run on and what OMV version you run. Keep this current too.
      Yes, it's the wrong image. It's a great idea to put hardware in the signature and maybe in the titles of HOW-TO guides ?
      He already installed portainer a few post before but he didn't know how to use it so I think command line is a great option. It's pretty clear.
      I'm a Docker Technical Sales Professional.

      1 NAS OMV 4 (Intel Pentium G4560 3.5 GHz, Asrock H110M-ITX, 24 Gb DDR4, 2*4 To Seagate Ironwolf Nas, 4*4 To WD red) -> Power consumption: 4 euros/month.
      1 Backup Server omv 4 (Intel G3930, 8 Gb DDR4, 6*4To WD blue)
      1 RPI 3 seedbox with omv 3.X
    • thanks guys, was only on this the other day Docker list and should have realised, of course you can't read all past posts but i did say i was using a Pi, my mistake anyway , searched that many places recenlty, to try to get this working, learnt a bit aswell ,

      added a signature

      sure i'll be back
      OMV 3.0.98 RPi 3 OMV 4.0.14 amd.64
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