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Update readme, FreeNAS plugin had been released
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- [Running the Container](#running-the-container)
- [docker-compose](#docker-compose)
- [Notes for Running Using docker-compose](#notes-for-running-using-docker-compose)
- [FreeNAS / FreeBSD build and run](#FreeNAS-FreeBSD)
- [FreeNAS / TrueNAS / FreeBSD build and run](#freenas-freebsd-build-and-run)
- [Usage](#usage)
- [Configuration](#configuration)
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#### Notes for Running Using docker-compose
The container needs to be restarted to apply any changes you make to *settings.json*.
### FreeNAS - FreeBSD build and run
An script wich setup an Jail and build and run MovieNight into that Jail as been writen, you'll find it here [freenas-iocage-movienight](https://github.com/zorglube/freenas-iocage-movienight)
### FreeNAS-FreeBSD build and run
A [FreeNAS & TrueNAS plugin](https://github.com/zorglube/iocage-plugin-movienight) had been released. You should find MovieNight into the plugin section of you management GUI. However you still can make an manual plugin deployment, documentation [here](https://github.com/freenas/iocage-ix-plugins)
If you prefer to make an Jail without using the plugin management, a script wich setup an Jail and build and run MovieNight into that Jail as been written, you'll find it here [freenas-iocage-movienight](https://github.com/zorglube/freenas-iocage-movienight)
## Usage
Now you can use OBS to push a stream to the server. Set the stream URL to

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