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    Quote Originally Posted by zordaz View Post
    I'm back from a long vacation ;-) and will do the extra testing within a few days.
    In the light of the new LMS releases I will focus on 7.9.3 and 8.0 only. I don't think it is necessary to keep the other versions anymore.
    7.9.3 is a released version now and there's a new nightly branch 7.9.4.

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    Hmm - it seems that this week something changed with the URLs of the packages changed. I do not get the URL of the last build via http://www.mysqueezebox.com/update/?version=${VERSION}&revision=1&geturl=1&os=deb anymore - does anyone have some infos on this?

    It used to be that the link above (after inserting the version) returned a link to the latest build of that version. It currently only works for 7.9.4 and 8.0 - not for 7.9.3 or 7.9.2.

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    'Official' docker container for LMS?

    > Hmm - it seems that this week something changed with the URLs of the
    > packages changed. I do not get the URL of the last build via
    > http://www.mysqueezebox.com/update/?version=${VERSION}&revision=1&geturl=1&os=deb
    > anymore - does anyone have some infos on this?


    Oops... I'm sorry, that was me: I thought that there was little need for
    the all platforms all in one .deb any more, as we had packages for ARM,
    i386 and x86_64 available. These obviously are each only a fraction of
    the full file's size, thus more suitable for most users.

    I guess you want to stick with it to support as many platforms as
    possible in one image? As you're not the first to complain about this I
    could revert that change and bring them back (they're built anyway, just
    not listed and used in the update checker).

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    'Official' docker container for LMS?

    > Hmm - it seems that this week something changed with the URLs of the
    > packages changed. I do not get the URL of the last build via
    > http://www.mysqueezebox.com/update/?version=${VERSION}&revision=1&geturl=1&os=deb
    > anymore - does anyone have some infos on this?


    Ok, that should work again. Can you confirm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinholdk View Post
    7.9.3 is a released version now and there's a new nightly branch 7.9.4.
    I know, and I don't think it is necessary to keep/maintain a nightly 7.9.4 (and 7.7.x) image. Let's focus on 7.9.3 and 8.0.
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    'Official' docker container for LMS?

    > I know, and I don't think it is necessary to keep/maintain a nightly
    > 7.9.4 (and 7.7.x) image. Let's focus on 7.9.3 and 8.0.


    There's no more work done on 7.9.3, as it has been released. Any further
    work will be 8.x or 7.9.4 (or later).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > I know, and I don't think it is necessary to keep/maintain a nightly
    > 7.9.4 (and 7.7.x) image. Let's focus on 7.9.3 and 8.0.


    There's no more work done on 7.9.3, as it has been released. Any further
    work will be 8.x or 7.9.4 (or later).

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    I know, my reaction was from Docker perspective however.
    As 7.9.3 is released now, let's optimize the Docker image for it. So no 'Docker' effort in a LMS 7.9.4 image as long as there is no released version.
    As almost all work is now focussed on LMS 8.0 that should be the only place toe be for continiously produced new Docker images IMHO.
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    'Official' docker container for LMS?

    > I know, my reaction was from Docker perspective however.
    > As 7.9.3 is released now, let's optimize the Docker image for it. So no
    > 'Docker' effort in a LMS 7.9.4 image as long as there is no released
    > version.


    Sounds good to me.

    One challenge I've never fully understood is plugins with helper
    applications: How, in a Docker image, would eg. Spotify Connect work, if
    Spotty's helper application would need to be reachable from outside the
    Docker container?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Ok, that should work again. Can you confirm?
    Currently I have one docker-file per architecture - so if you have a URL where I can get the package for a specific architecture, I would be happy to use it instead of getting the "big package" every time. Is http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/Nightly_Builds the correct page for the docs?

    I Just ran a build and it looks good - I sucessfully built 7.9.2, 7.9.3, 7.9.4 and 8.0

    There's no more work done on 7.9.3, as it has been released. Any further
    work will be 8.x or 7.9.4 (or later).

    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    There's no more work done on 7.9.3, as it has been released. Any further
    work will be 8.x or 7.9.4 (or later).
    I would still like to keep the images, since a build of the image includes an update version of the base image which might include security patches. This way even stable versions receive security patches.

    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    One challenge I've never fully understood is plugins with helper
    applications: How, in a Docker image, would eg. Spotify Connect work, if
    Spotty's helper application would need to be reachable from outside the
    Docker container?
    I don't know the helper application, but it is no problem to make an application available via network - you can just forward the relevant ports to the container. That's what happens with the LMS image too: forwarding of port 9000 allows the website to be reachable from outside the docker host.

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    'Official' docker container for LMS?

    > Currently I have one docker-file per architecture - so if you have a URL
    > where I can get the package for a specific architecture, I would be
    > happy to use it instead of getting the "big package" every time. Is


    Use

    http://www.mysqueezebox.com/update/?...rl=1&os=debXXX

    where debXXX is one of debarm, debamd64 or debi386.

    > http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/Nightly_Builds the correct page
    > for the docs?


    As outdated as it is, it's probably the best we have...

    >> One challenge I've never fully understood is plugins with helper
    >> applications: How, in a Docker image, would eg. Spotify Connect work, if
    >> Spotty's helper application would need to be reachable from outside the
    >> Docker container?

    >
    > I don't know the helper application, but it is no problem to make an
    > application available via network - you can just forward the relevant
    > ports to the container. That's what happens with the LMS image too:
    > forwarding of port 9000 allows the website to be reachable from outside
    > the docker host.


    But I'd have to modify the image, wouldn't I? It's not something Joe
    Average would be doing?

    The background of my question is that there are major changes for
    Windows and macOS ahead. ActiveState, the vendor of the Perl tools we're
    using on Windows, recently wrote that they would recommend to no longer
    use their dev kit, but use Docker instead. And Apple announced a while
    ago that they might be removing scripting languages from macOS.
    Therefore a docker image which would "just work" would be great. But we
    can't expect Joe to go to the command line to configure the image.


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