Just to update the Emby Rock-on status @suman has just added a copy of the official Emby rock-on to the official Rockstor rockon-registry. So now it should appear in everyone’s available rock-on listing, if it doesn’t appear then just try the Update button on that page.
Crashplan is here:
I think that rockstor must have a tor proxy server rock-on. And you can use it on your home pc.
it would be nice to see zabbix 3.x as rockon
Couchpotato and Sonarr rock-ons are ready With pull request.
Sabnzb plugin ready and working. @suman : Have added pullrequest, git-user tronder88
I will clean up script a little in the future and add a new pullrequest, but scripts do work as intended.
@phillxnet I noticed the interest in Gitlab in this conversation. I’ve got gogs running as a Rock-on using the official Docker image and separate shares for gogs configuration and the git repository. Gogs is good deal more lightweight than gitlab, yet feature-rich enough for most of us. I’m wondering if there would be any interest in it.
From my perspective I’m a little tied into gitlab at the moment but yes it is rather on the heavy as in massive side.
I would really love to see Filezilla.
any luck getting sickrage as a rockon?
I’m new to Rockstor and just created my own Sickrage.json file using the Sickbeard.json as a template. Here’s the pull request for Sickrage; hopefully it’ll be included in the next update.
This is great @Eric_Stewart! I’ll take a look and intend to merge it. Thank you!
I don’t have any specific Rock-ons application request but I would like to see and understand better how updates will be made visible in case there is one available?
I’m new to Rockstor (user since 1month->maybe there was none till now) - when pressing the “update” button would there be any notification or will the update be applied straight away without asking?
Maybe ridiculous, but the Rock-ons UI interface could be improved by making the list shorter (reduced space per entry) as there is anyhow very little text and an additional column could be added which shows the program version. e.g. 3 columns = 1 description, 1 version, 1 install/de-install
-> maybe a “table view” like under Services?
I would like to have a Unifi Controller Rock on. I recently purchased a UniFi AC Lite access point, and to get the most out of it I need to run the controller software on a server.
Can we get qbittorent, FileZilla, iTunes Server, Spotify, some open office server, a way to unzip and a File Manager?
I like to see:
Subsonic (to stream to my sonos devices).
Why not just adding all LinuxServer.io docker images?
May i second that. Unify from Ubiquity.
The required Java is a mess on OSX and the controller fails to start.
Any news on an Amazon S3/Glacier cloud backup Rock-on?
I would like to be able to run virtual machine or docker container with a webgui.
Like php-virtualbox or cockpit for docker