Stable or Unstable?
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Generally, if you're a new user or value stability use the stable version. It won't change very often. If you want to help test the latest improvements and features and can handle some occasional breakage, use the unstable version. Always back up your existing configuration before testing unstable releases.
If necessary, download and install Docker for Windows. We have installed Docker Toolbox for this tutorial but all you need is the Docker executable. Note @: According to the code, Docker Daemon requires Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4, build 10586 or later. Stable or Unstable? Generally, if you're a new user or value stability use the stable version. It won't change very often. If you want to help test the latest improvements and features and can handle some occasional breakage, use the unstable version. Use the docker run command with the following syntax to download a sample image from the Docker Hub and deploy a container that runs a.Net “Hello World” application. ##### Host version: Windows Server 2016 docker run microsoft/dotnet-samples:dotnetapp-nanoserver-sac2016 ##### Host version: Windows Server 2019 docker run microsoft/dotnet.
Run Jellyfin in Docker. Example commands store data in '/srv/jellyfin' and assume your media is stored under '/media'.
Debian and Ubuntu
Install Jellyfin via our Apt repository or via manual archives (.deb).
Install Jellyfin via the Arch User Repository.
Fedora and CentOS
RPM archives for both Fedora and CentOS are provided.
Linux self-contained binary TAR archives (.tar.gz) are provided.
Both installers (.dmg) and manual ZIP archives (.tar.gz) are provided.
Both installers (.exe) and manual ZIP archives (.zip) are provided.
When using the installer, please ensure you fully uninstall any ZIP archive versions you may have installed, or you may get duplicate services.
The portable version can be run on any system with a .NET Core runtime.
Log onto your Ubuntu server
Let’s log into your Ubuntu server now. To do so you have two choices:
If you want to install Docker the manual way, head on over to the Docker Desktop downloads page and then click on ‘Download for Windows (Stable)’ button to download the installer file. Then, go to your downloads folder and double click on ‘Docker Desktop Installer’ setup file to initiate the installation process.
If you’re installing Docker Desktop on to a barebones Windows 10 installation (as in it’s not running on a Virtual Machine), you can skip this step entirely and move on to “ Step 2. Download And Configure Docker Desktop “. Shut down the Virtual Machine, and wait until it’s completely turned off. If you don't want to go the Hyper-V way you can use Docker with WSL2(Windows Subsystem for Linux) for Windows 10 Home. Go to Settings - Update&Security - Windows Insider Program and enroll for the 'Slow' track of windows insider. Double-click Docker for Windows Installer.exe to run the installer. If you haven’t already downloaded the installer (Docker for Windows Installer.exe), you can get it from download.docker.com. It typically downloads to your Downloads folder, or you can run it from the recent downloads bar at the bottom of your web browser. I had the same issue, btw, I was installing Docker for the first time on my Win 10 pro machine. The culprit was. Controlled folder access. Windows new feature Controlled Folder Access for Ransomware protection was turned on and which was not allowing docker to create a short cut on desktop.
- Use Vagrant on Windows command prompt OR
- Use SSH
Using Vagrant on Windows Command Prompt
Run the following command
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You may see an error message starting with “ssh executable not found”. In this case it means that you do not have SSH in your PATH. If you do not have SSH in your PATH you can set it up with the “set” command. For instance, if your ssh.exe is in the folder named “C:Program Files (x86)Gitbin”, then you can run the following command:
First step is to get the IP and port of your Ubuntu server. Simply run:
You should see an output with HostName and Port information. In this example, HostName is 127.0.0.1 and port is 2222. And the User is “vagrant”. The password is not shown, but it is also “vagrant”.
You can now use this information for connecting via SSH to your server. To do so you can:
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- Use putty.exe OR
- Use SSH from a terminal
You can download putty.exe from this page http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.htmlLaunch putty.exe and simply enter the information you got from last step.
Open, and enter user = vagrant and password = vagrant.
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SSH from a terminal
You can also run this command on your favorite terminal (windows prompt, cygwin, git-bash, …). Make sure to adapt the IP and port from what you got from the vagrant ssh-config command.
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Enter user = vagrant and password = vagrant.
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Congratulations, you are now logged onto your Ubuntu Server, running on top of your Windows machine !