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Customizing our Containers

Customizing our Containers

One of the challenges we face as an organization is making everyone happy with the functionality we provide for the software we package in Docker containers. As the projects that we package and distribute grow, conventionally so do the use cases along with large communities of power users. As it has...

14th Sep 2019 - hackerman
How to fix Nextcloud 16 desktop client login loop

How to fix Nextcloud 16 desktop client login loop

Since upgrading to Nextcloud 16 a few weeks ago I've not been able to get my desktop sync clients to work. The issue manifested itself as a 'login loop' where I would log in to a sync client, provide my 2FA token and then click grant access only to be promptly dumped back at the original login scr...

9th Jul 2019 - IronicBadger
Changes to our UniFi image

Changes to our UniFi image

In recent months we have seen a steady increase in interest for our current UniFi image. This image serves Ubiquiti's UniFi Controller software. As Ubiquiti improved their quality control for releases the number of requests coming our way for an updated image increased too.

Time for a rethink.

T...

18th Feb 2019 - Josh Stark
1 Billion

1 Billion

I am absolutely delighted to announce that Linuxserver.io just passed 1 billion total pulls from Docker Hub.

Whilst somewhat of an inexact science a 'pull' represents a docker compatible client querying to the Docker Hub API for one of our containers. Even if we accept that it's a horrendously unr...

30th Oct 2018 - IronicBadger
The dangers of pulling :latest

The dangers of pulling :latest

On a wonderful sunny Sunday morning, I spent a good few hours sweating over my server in the hopes of restoring a partially corrupted and misconfigured database. Why? Because I was pulling mysql:latest.

This should serve as a case study for those that live on the edge - it's not always wise to c...

22nd Apr 2018 - Josh Stark