This is a docker container for running pypicloud. To test pypicloud and see it
working, run this command:
docker run -it --rm -p 8080:8080 stevearc/pypicloud
This will start pypicloud with default settings inside the docker container and
serve it on port 8080. The default settings are sufficient to play with, but
they should not be used in production.
You can access the
pypicloud-make-config command from the docker image, which
will give you a decent starting config that you can customize for your use.
docker run -it --rm stevearc/pypicloud make-config
This prints the config to stdout. If you want it to output a file, you can mount
the working directory and provide an output file.
docker run -it --rm -v $(pwd):/out stevearc/pypicloud make-config -r /out/config.ini
The config file in the container is located at
use your own config file, mount it as a volume.
docker run -p 8080:8080 \ -v /path/to/my/config.ini:/etc/pypicloud/config.ini:ro \ stevearc/pypicloud
See the list of configuration
for details about the config file.