Deezloader Remix Installed on Docker – Download Deezer Music

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Deezloader Remix Installed on Docker

In this post we’ll look at how to install Deezloader Remix on your Docker setup.

Deezloader Remix is an improved version of Deezloader based on the Reborn branch. With this app you can download songs, playlists and albums directly from Deezer’s Server in a single and well packaged app.

Installing Deezloader Remix

The installation process is pretty straightforward. Just copy this into a Portainer stack:

version: '2.1'
services:
deezloaderrmx:
image: bocki/deezloaderrmx
container_name: Deezldr
volumes:
– /srv/deezloaderrmx:/downloads
– /srv/deezloaderrmx:/config
environment:
– PUID=998 #Optional
– PGID=100 #Optional
ports:
– 1730:1730

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Be sure to change the volumes to reflect your system’s setup. The PUID and PGID are optional.

Once you have things ready, click the “Deploy the container” button and give it a few minutes to download and deploy.

When the container has deployed, you’ll want to go to http://your-server-address:1730.

Click the gear icon in the top right of the screen. You’ll need to enter your userToken in order for this to work.

Getting Your userToken

Chrome (Easy way)

  • Open Chrome
  • Go to www.deezer.com and log into your account
  • Click on the little “lock” icon next the URL
  • Click on Cookies > deezer.com > cookies > arl
  • Select the string next to Content, and Copy
  • Paste the value it into the login form
  • Hit the “Update userToken” button on Deezloader

Chrome

  • Open Chrome
  • Go to www.deezer.com and log into your account
  • After logging in press F12 to open up Developer Tools
  • Go under the Application tab (if you don’t see it click the double arrow)
  • Open the cookie dropdown
  • Select www.deezer.com
  • Find the “arl” cookie (It should be 192 chars long)
  • Copypaste the value it into the login form
  • Hit the “Update userToken” button on Deezloader

Here’s a video guide

Firefox

  • Open Firefox
  • Go to www.deezer.com and log into your account
  • Afer logging in press F12 to open up Developer Tools
  • Go under the Storage tab (if you don’t see it click the double arrow)
  • Open the cookie dropdown
  • Select www.deezer.com
  • Find the “arl” cookie (It should be 192 chars long)
  • Copypaste the value it into the login form
  • Make sure only the value is copied and not the entire cookie
  • Hit the “Update userToken” button on Deezloader

Once you have your userToken, copy and paste it into the userToken field on the dashboard you just deployed.

DO NOT CLICK SAVE YET.

Click the button that says, “Update userToken”. NOW you can click “Save”.

At this point you should have your account linked to your container and you can start downloading music.

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