List which docker's containers are you running

    • OMV 4.x
    • List which docker's containers are you running

      Hi everyone!
      I created a poll where you can select the docker you're using:
      poll.ly/#/29Kw5nXk
      You need to enter a nickname, you can put everything you want. You can also add a single option at time and everyone will be able to select it later.

      The idea is to help new and old user to find the best software or a new things to do with their NAS.
      The poll is open and if something is missing you can select "Other" and add everything you want.
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    • List which docker's containers are you running

      Good idea! :)
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    • If it get enough success I would suggest to pin it on top. A list of the most popular software could help a lot the beginners!
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    • FML, I thought that when you click on other it would permanently add options to new users too!
      Need to find a new site and try to transfer the result of this one on it :(
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    • Erinox wrote:

      How do I add multiple other Containers to the list? Just use a comma?
      This is what I typed into the Other box and it showed up in the results:

      Source Code

      1. Others: Cardigann, Deluge 1.3.15, FreshRSS, NZBGet, SABnzbd, Smokeping, Tautulli, TorProxy
      I have six that were in the selection list for a total of fourteen containers running.
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    • Update: i changed the site with a better one, I'm trying to restore the number of votes! Sorry for the trouble :(
      Update2: now the resultsof the old poll are into the new one :)
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    • KM0201 wrote:

      Interesting idea. Results aren't particularly surprising to me.

      Given the long thread about Portainer vs Cockpit, kinda surprised me cockpit doesn't have a single vote.
      I think that's because portainer is the "official" docker manager on OMV 5.
      I know that the results may not be surprising, but the idea is mostly:
      1) When in doubt between some software look at the most used one (es. qbittorrent vs deluge)
      2) Learn about a tons of new software that may be usefull. I found a lot of new things thanks to thread like this
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    • Good idea. Vote done for me.
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    • i use it integrated to nextcloud - so i can edit my documents "on the fly" via browser:
      if you want to try it ;)

      €dit: i see calibre-web is used some times - just know the windows version - try to install web and copy my db from windows over to the nas - but - how to send books to a kindle? how to convert? maybe someone have a good how-to for me? ;) - tztztz - it didn't save my kindle email ... so it now work xD
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    • draddy wrote:

      i use it integrated to nextcloud - so i can edit my documents "on the fly" via browser:
      if you want to try it ;)

      €dit: i see calibre-web is used some times - just know the windows version - try to install web and copy my db from windows over to the nas - but - how to send books to a kindle? how to convert? maybe someone have a good how-to for me? ;) - tztztz - it didn't save my kindle email ... so it now work xD
      you should totally create a topic in the guide section for onlyoffice+nextcloud!
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