Guacamole traefik docker compose

Guacamole Guacamole “Apache Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway. It supports standard protocols like VNC, RDP, and SSH.” Set a A record for your domain pointing to the ip address where you are running this (e.g. guacamole.yourdomain.com). Add an .env file and a compose.yml Run $docker compose up -d .env DOMAIN=my-domain.com EMAIL=myemail@example-domain.com compose.yml services: traefik: image: "traefik:v2.10.5" container_name: traefik command: #- --log.level=DEBUG #- --accesslog=true #- --accesslog.filePath=/logs/access.log - --entrypoints.web.address=:80 - --entrypoints....

November 5, 2023 · 2 min · Ask Blaker

Technitium docker compose traefik

Technitium Technitium is a self hostable open source dns server. Self host a DNS server for privacy & security Block ads & malware at DNS level for your entire network! Set a A record for your domain pointing to the ip address where you are running this. Add an .env file and a compose.yml (docker compose picks up the .env file automatically) Run $docker compose up -d .env DOMAIN=my.example-domain.com TRAEFIK_DOMAIN=traefik.example-domain.com EMAIL=myemail@example-domain....

October 8, 2023 · 3 min · Ask Blaker

Self hosted taguette

Taguette Free and open-source qualitative research tool (which works on all operating systems!) Check it out here Set an A record for all three subdomains (taguette, mailhog, traefik) pointing to the server ip. Wait a bit for it to propagate. Install docker + docker compose Go to your desired folder and create docker-compose.yaml, .env, and ./data/config.py with the content below Set email, domain, and basic auth in .env Note: For user:password pair, you can use this command:...

May 11, 2023 · 4 min · Ask Blaker

Self hosted Nextcloud

Nextcloud A self hosted, self owned, private dropbox alternative. An example repo to quickly test if this is something for you. Go the repo and follow the instructions

January 27, 2022 · 1 min · Ask Blaker

Docker-compose with ufw-docker in Ubuntu 20.04

Problem During development using docker-compose on Ubuntu, I realized something weird was happening with my UFW. It just did not work as it should. Publishing ports in docker-compose just overrid any UFW settings, and I was no longer able to use UFW to control the traffic. You could say that if you expose a port, the purpose is to keep it open, but sometimes I still want to use a firewall to open/close port access, without disturbing the running services....

November 2, 2020 · 1 min · Ask Blaker