In this version, there is only one Docker container needed and one optional for the database. If you use a managed database outside of Docker, you only have to run one single container. This is useful for environments where access to Docker is limited, e.g. on Heroku or other cloud platforms. However, if you have full access to a VPS or root server, the advanced setup is recommended as it also improves the performance.
Docker images used in this setup are named
- Command-line access to your server
- Docker version 19 or greater
- docker-compose is recommended for the setup, must support compose version 3
- Please consider using
utf8mb4_binas the database collation. Other collations like
utf8mb4_general_cimay cause issues with different Unicode characters.
libseccomp2(> 2.4.4) installed. Otherwise, you will run into issues with our Docker images. A guide can be found on linuxserver.io.
Setup with Docker
1. Copy the needed files
Download the Docker setup package from the LinkAce repository: linkace-docker-simple.zip
2. Edit the base configuration
You have to change the following settings in the .env file before starting the setup:
- DB_PASSWORD - Please set a secure password here
- REDIS_PASSWORD - Please set a secure password here
If you are unsure if the
.env file is writable inside Docker, please make it writable for anybody (
-rw-rw-rw- or 666). You can switch back to read only after the setup.
Your directory should look like this now:
/my-user-directory/linkace ├╴ .env ├╴ docker-compose.yml ├╴ LICENSE.md └╴ README.md
3. Start the application
After you completed the above steps, run the following command to start up the container setup:
docker-compose up -d
4. Start the built-in setup
Open the URL which points to your Docker container in your browser now. You configure the database and your user account in the following process.
5. Follow the post-installation steps
The advanced Docker configuration page provides some guides for specific use cases for Docker, like setup with SSL or behind a proxy.