This is a quick walkthrough of setting up the Plex-Meta-Manager Docker container in the QNAP “Container Station” UI.
Open Container Station; click “Create” in the left column.
On the “Docker Hub” tab you should see the image; click on it and click “Install”.
Select the version you want to run from the dropdown and click “Next”.
The options are:
latest: most recent official release; typically the most stable
develop: development release, contains new features that haven’t made it to latest yet, but may have minor problems
nightly: bleeding-edge development version; latest fixes go here, but breakage should be expected.
Change the container name if you wish.
Command line arguments can be entered in the “Entrypoint” field after
/tini -s python3 plex_meta_manager.py --IMPORTANT: DO NOT REMOVE ANY ELEMENT OF THAT COMMAND.
/tini -s python3 plex_meta_manager.py -- --run
Information on available command line argument can be found here
Click “Advanced Settings >>”
Environment Variables can be added here:
Information on available Environment Variables can be found here
Click Shared Folders Tab:
Click “Add” in the middle section “Volume from host”.
“Volume from host” is the location on your QNAP where you want to store the config files. “Mount Point” must be
When finished, click “Create”.