How to run TVMosaic as a Docker container

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General

TVMosaic is available for installation as a Docker container.

The dockerized TVMosaic runs on all x86-64 hosts, which support Docker environment. This includes PCs with different Linux flavors - Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Red Hat, Fedora, Mint Linux etc. - and x86-64 NAS products from Western Digital, Synology, QNAP, ASUSTOR to name a few.

The latest version of the dockerized TVMosaic installation is available on the Docker Hub:

There you can also find the instructions on how to configure and run the container.

Synology

You may use the following article as a reference on how to create a macvlan on your Synology NAS and a docker compose file for pi hole.

The following docker compose file can be used a a template to run TVMosaic: http://www.dvblogic.com/download/docker/docker-compose.yaml

Do not forget to edit it and change the marked parts to match your network environment.

Forum

Our TVMosaic forum has a dedicated topic to discuss issues and questions, related to the dockerized TVMosaic installation: