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ownCloud LAPP
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Dockerfile to build Ubuntu LAPP image(Linux + Apache + PGSQL + PHP5)

This image is designed to run any software that use LAPP environments. In this case for teaching purposes I deploy ownCloud. You will have your container started and configured in few seconds.

First step

Clone this repository

  git clone

Build Image

You can change the name of the tag, you will use later.

  docker build -t "ubuntu_oc_lapp" .
  Step 21 : CMD /sbin/my_init
  ---> Running in eaef6088f35c
  ---> ef6cbaed803b
  Removing intermediate container eaef6088f35c
  Successfully built ef6cbaed803b

At this point we have a docker image that we can use to start all containers that you want.

Default passwords


  1. User: root
  2. Password: root

Postgres & phppgadmin

  1. User: owncloud
  2. Password: owncloud


  1. User: admin
  2. Password: Password

Environment variables

You can use environment variables to modify some params

  • OC_URL=

  • OC_ADMIN_USER=admin
    By default OC_ADMIN_USER is admin

  • OC_ADMIN_PASS=Password
    By default OC_ADMIN_PASS is Password

  • DB_REMOTE_ROOT_USER=owncloud
    By default DB_REMOTE_ROOT_PASS is owncloud

  • DB_REMOTE_ROOT_PASS=owncloud
    By default DB_REMOTE_ROOT_PASS is owncloud

The way of add this env variables to the container is :

docker run -e "OC_URL=" -e "OC_ADMIN_USER=admin" ....


That image expose port 22 for SSH, 80 for HTTP and 443 for HTTPS, you can map this ports to host ports

-p 10022:22 -p 10080:80 -p 10443:443 -p 19000:9000


  • You can map the ownCloud data directory outside the container. That is a good idea if you want to check owncloud.log easily

    -v /host_path:/opt/owncloud/data

  • Also yor can use your own certificates for apache. You have to map a folder that contains two files called server.crt and server.key

    -v /host_path_with_certificate:/etc/apache2/ssl

Start new container

docker run -t -i -d -p 10022:22 -p 10080:80 -p 10443:443 -p 19000:9000 ubuntu_oc_lapp

or use docker id:

docker run -t -i -d -p 10022:22 -p 10080:80 -p 10443:443 -p 19000:9000ef6cbaed803b

More complex example:

docker run -t -i -d -p 10022:22 -p 10080:80 -p 10443:443 -p 19000:9000 -e "OC_URL=" -e "OC_ADMIN_USER=maci" -e "OC_ADMIN_PASS=123456" -e "DB_REMOTE_ROOT_PASS=root" -e "DB_REMOTE_ROOT_PASS=654321" -v /tmp/data:/opt/owncloud/data ubuntu_oc_lapp


In few second you will have the ownCloud instance up and running accesible via:

  Version: owncloud-8.0.0.tar.bz2
  Data path: /tmp/data
  HTTP access: http://docker_host:10080
  HTTPS access: https://docker_host:10443
  phppgadmin: http://docker_host:10080/phppgadmin
  phppgadmin user: root
  phppgadmin password: 654321
  SSH access: ssh root@localhost -p 10022
  SSH user: root
  SSH password: owncloud
  ownCloud user: maci
  ownCloud password: 123456
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