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  1. Hello, Still quite new to using Emby with Docker. Below is the line from my container run for the configuration folder. The container creates the folder. I also tested prior by having the folders already created locally. However the container is still creating the folder within itself as far as I know. I also have a Sonarr setup where I'm using a similar line of code to have it put its configuration files in the below successfully. I just wanted to have all of my containers configuration files uniformly accessible in the same location incase I want to check logs outside of the respective services, and create backups without having to backup the entire container. Regards, Vivid
  2. KillermanGabe

    Emby Config Files Location on CentOS

    Where are the configuration files for emby-server located on CentOS 6? I told Emby to bind to port 80 and now will not load webpage with localhost:80.
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