The main goal of DockSTARTer is to make it quick and easy to get up and running with Docker.
You may choose to rely on DockSTARTer for various changes to your Docker system or use DockSTARTer as a stepping stone and learn to do more advanced configurations.
- You must be running a supported platform or an operating system based on a supported platform. Platforms named below will link to documentation listing compatible versions.
- You must be logged in as a non-root user with sudo permissions.
One Time Setup (required)¶
Raspbian requires a few extra commands
OpenMediaVault (OMV) requires special instructions found here
- DNF Systems (Fedora)
- Pacman Systems (Arch, Manjaro, EndeavourOS, etc.)
- YUM Systems (CentOS)
Alternate install (any system)The standard install above downloads the initial script using a method with some known risks. For those concerned with the security of the above method, here is an alternative:
To run DockSTARTer, use the command above. You should now see the main menu from the screenshots. Select
Configuration and then
Full Setup, and you will be guided through selecting apps and starting containers.
See our documentation for more detailed information.
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- SmartHomeBeginner.com for creating AtoMiC-ToolKit that served as this project's primary inspiration, and later this guide that provided some initial direction with Docker.
- LinuxServer.io for maintaining most Docker images used in this project.
Created: May 2, 2019