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Podgrab - Docker setup


Steps to follow

  1. Create folder using follow mkdir podgrab
  2. Use the command ls to verify the folder was created
  3. Move inside the folder nextcloud using the command cd podgrab
  4.  Next check what what directory you are in using the command pwd
  5.  After running pwd you should see something like /home/[YOUR-USER-NAME]/podgrab printed out. Remember this you will need to know it when updating the docker compose file.
  6. Create a docker-compose.yaml file by running the following command sudo nano docker-compose.yaml

Docker Compose Command

version: "2.1"
    image: akhilrex/podgrab
    container_name: podgrab
     # - PASSWORD=password     ## Uncomment to enable basic authentication, username = podgrab
      - /path/to/config:/config
      - /path/to/data:/assets
      - 8095:8080
    restart: unless-stopped

Above is the code  required to deploy Podgrab

  1. Copy and paste the code above into the docker-compose.yaml file.

  2.  Next we want to edit the lines 10, and 11 in the docker-compose.yaml file, they currently read
           - /path/to/config:/config
          - /path/to/data:/assets

  3.  Update lines 10, and 11 so they read (refer to instruction 5 above if this doesn't make sense or you arent sure what to update with
           - /home/[YOUR-USER-NAME]/podgrab:/config
          - /home/[YOUR-USER-NAME]/podgrab:/assets

  4. Once everything is copied and pasted in and edited press control+x (at the same time) on your keyboard to exit editing mode.

  5. Press Y then return on your keyboard to save everything

  6. Once you have the compose file setup, run 'sudo docker-compose up -d'

  7. Containers will be setup and created.

  8. In a browser visit server-local-ip-address:8095