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Lightweight qBittorrent-NoX (i.e. headless) torrent client and one of the most feature complete
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Docker image for qBittorrent NoX (headless with remote web interface).


Fix create some directories as user 520 (qbittorrent):

$ mkdir config torrents downloads
$ chown 520 config torrents downloads

Run using this command:

$ docker run -d \
    -p 8080:8080 -p 6881:6881/tcp -p 6881:6881/udp \
    -v /data/qbittorrent/config:/config \
    -v /data/qbittorrent/torrents:/torrents \
    -v /data/qbittorrent/downloads:/downloads \

To have webUI running on http://localhost:8080 (username: admin, password: adminadmin) with config in the following locations mounted:

  • /config: qBittorrent configuration files
  • /torrents: Torrent files
  • /downloads: Download location

It is probably a good idea to add --restart=always so the container restarts if it goes down.

You can change 6081 to some random port number (also change in the settings).

Note: For the container to run, the legal notice had to be automatically accepted. By running the container, you are accepting its terms. Toggle the flag in qBittorrent.conf to display the notice again.

Note: 520 was chosen randomly to prevent running as root or as another known user on your system; at least until issue #11253 is fixed.


Having more issues? Report a bug on GitHub.

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