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New Docker Image enters testing phase: There is way too many new things and too much to explain to make a super long post. So I have added to the wiki. An official armv7l is coming we are just waiting for OBS to catch up and build our binaries. Once that is complete we should have an image that is practically the same size. Snippet from wiki: After much user feedback we have reworked our Docker images from the ground up. We are now following Docker's best practices for writing a Dockerfile. Our build begins on OBS where we are using openSUSE's Kiwi imaging system for our new base image with ffmpeg and mono pre-installed. The new image weights in just shy of 320 MB, by comparison our Debian base image was about 850 MB. Additionally, we are now using a rolling release distribution. We felt that we needed to be on the cutting edge as much a possible so our new distro of choice is Tumbleweed. Why Tumbleweed, we hope that by using openSUSE's imaging system and distros we can support as many architectures as possible and have full control of every single binary found on the system. This is how we were able to minimize the foot print of the images. Full list of changes follows: Custom base image built from SCRATCH. Tubleweed static ffmpeg (smaller footprint) S6-overlay used as our process supervisor (needed for restart and no dependencies) new installation script systemd script included emby-server script included one easy command setup You can see the size on the docker hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/emby/emby-server/tags/ 134 MB That's compressed of course. Please test and report any issues.