I'm preparing migrating a lot of things on docker to try to get my server looking like i want it too, without being too hold back by debian's packages's age/limitations, or problems with conflicts of dependancies and so on (on top of familiarizing myself with docker), and i've got a question.
The linuxserver.io Ubooquity docker state that the commandline should look like that :
docker create \
-e PUID=1000 \
-e PGID=1000 \
-e TZ=Europe/London \
-p 2202:2202 \
-p 2203:2203 \
-v /home/Ashareth/config:/config \
-v :/books \
-v :/comics \
-v :/files \
--restart unless-stopped \
And the parameters supported includes the -v path:/books, -v path:/comics, -v path:/files
I was wondering if it meant that i can only define ONE location per -v parameter, and i need to define them for all types, wich would mean, for me, declaring dozens of -v parameters, for each type, or if i can declare the "generic" top level folder for each ( /media/dir) that contains the subfolders books/novels/comics/mangas/.... and so on, to then be able to share any subfolder from inside Ubooquity, properly in the right place ?
I must admit i would like to know that before trying to migrate everything, to avoid too many problems/hassle.
Any input from people who've already done that are welcome. ;)
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