Docker-compose homeserver templates
Docker Compose application templates for homeserver setup
I have created a Github-repository, where I share my docker-compose files, which I use in my homeserver environment.
How to use these Files
These Containers are designed to work on a Debain (Ubuntu) based machine.
You need to install docker (see https://docs.docker.com/engine/install/debian/)
and docker-compose (see https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/).
I also recommend to install portainer to monitor your created containers (see https://documentation.portainer.io/v2.0/deploy/ceinstalldocker/)
For each application there is a seperate folder. You need to place these folders in your home-directory, for example into
/root. The docker-compose files are designed in a way, that all configuration- and data-folders are stored in these application folders. If you want to backup your containers you simply backup these folders and you can restore them easily.
Before you deploy a container, make sure to change the password variables in the
docker-compose.yml file. Somtimes there are also other variables that you can adapt to your needs.
To deploy a container, go into the application-folder and type:
docker-compose up -d
Application List – See Github Page for more information
Most of these Files I have not written myself. I found these accross the web and somtimes adapted them to my needs.
Mainly these are the template files created by the respective developer of the application.