Docker image running a liberated version of emby.
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docker.jcg.re/emby

Docker image running a liberated version of emby.

Tags:

  • latest: latest stable version

Build Arguments:

  • VERSION: What version to build. This version needs to be available in both emby and emby-unlocked.

Environment variables:

  • UID: User to run emby as.
  • GID: Group to run emby as.

Volumes:

  • /data: application data.
  • /media: media

Ports:

  • 8096: HTTP Port.

Basic docker-compose.yml example:

A basic example for docker-compose:

version: '2'

services:
  emby:
    image: docker.jcg.re/emby
    container_name: emby
    ports: 
      - 8096
    volumes:
      - ./data:/data:z
      - ./media:/media:z

The :z mount options are needed on RedHat systemd hosts. You probably want to run this behind a reverse proxy, like caddy.

Credits:

I've used the following open source things in here: