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docker-elgg-dev

Elgg development environment on docker.

Quick start

  1. Download or clone the Elgg version you want to work with.
  2. Run the docker image mounting Elgg as the volume /app. If you're on Windows or OS X
    and use boot2docker, remember it mounts your C:\Users or /Users directory in the
    dev VM, so adjust paths accordingly.
  3. There are a number of environment variables that affect how the the container is built.
    See below for a list.
  4. After the container is built, the credentials for Elgg and MySQL are printed
    if they weren't supplied via enviroment variables.
  5. Depending on how you're running docker, you may need to expose ports. You can easily
    expose all ports by using docker run -P ....
  6. Open the docker vm's IP address and port in your browser. If you're using Kitematic,
    just click on the preview image and it will open for you. You can also browse to
    /phpmyadmin for a phpmyadmin installation. Check the docker screen for the
    mysql root password.

Environment Vars

Setting environment vars with -e VAR="value" in the run command affects the behavior of the installation.
If none are given, defaults are used and output on the screen.

  • UPDATE_COMPOSER Should composer packages be updated automatically? (Defaults to 1, set to 0 to disable)
  • MYSQL_USER The DB username to create
  • MYSQL_PASS The DB password to set on the created user
  • ELGG_DB_HOST The DB host Elgg will use
  • ELGG_DB_USER The DB user Elgg will use
  • ELGG_DB_PASS The DB password Elgg will use
  • ELGG_DB_PREFIX Elgg's DB prefix
  • ELGG_DB_NAME The name of the DB Elgg will use
  • ELGG_SITE_NAME Elgg's site name
  • ELGG_SITE_EMAIL Elgg site email address
  • ELGG_WWW_ROOT Elgg's www_root (Don't change this unless you modify run.sh and the installation)
  • ELGG_DATA_ROOT The data_root for Elgg (/media)
  • ELGG_DISPLAY_NAME The display name for the admin user
  • ELGG_EMAIL The email address for the admin user (must be a well-formed, though not necessarily value, address)
  • ELGG_USERNAME The username of the admin user
  • ELGG_PASSWORD The password for the admin user
  • ELGG_PATH The location Elgg is installed (Don't change this unless you modify run.sh and the installation)
  • ELGG_SITE_ACCESS The default site access
  • REINSTALL Should Elgg force a reinstall? Defaults to 0. Set to 1 to enable. ENABLING WILL DELETE engine/settings.php AND .htaccess!

Example

Replace /path/to/elgg/clone/ with the actual path to you Elgg clone. Note that this will overwrite your settings.php and htaccess files!

docker run -p 8080:80 -e REINSTALL=1 -e ELGG_PASSWORD='asdfjkl' -v /path/to/elgg/clone/:/app jumbojett/elgg-dev-environment

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