Ghost on Alpine Linux
This image is also available on Docker Hub.
We recommend using our images in conjunction with Docker-Compose. This allows for easier creation of containers with the proper volumes and ports enabled.
We have included an example docker-compose file to show how this image might be used both for development and production in a different project.
This image works out of the box with no volumes. It differs from the official Docker Ghost image by including a config.js file with some env variables defined.
This image also runs with containers. It will accept a volume from your ghost content folder, as well as a custom config.js file. These must point to /var/lib/ghost/ - See the example docker-compose for specification.
Available ENV Variables
- NODE_ENV=[production, development]
- GHOST_DOMAIN: URL for your Ghost blog
- GHOST_FORCE_ADMIN_SSL: Force SSL (secure HTTP or https) for the admin panel
Mail ENV VARIABLES
- GHOST_MAIL_TRANSPORT: Type of Transport used for sending mail
- GHOST_MAIL_SERVICE: The Service by which email will be sent
- GHOST_MAIL_HOST: Hostname of the SMTP server (defaults to "localhost", not needed with GHOST_MAIL_SERVICE)
- GHOST_MAIL_NAME: The name of the client server (defaults to machine name)
- GHOST_MAIL_USER: Username for the email service
- GHOST_MAIL_PASS: Password for the email service
- GHOST_MAIL_FROM: Address which the email will be sent from
- GHOST_MAIL_SECURE_CONNECTION: Use SSL (default is false, not needed with GHOST_MAIL_SERVICE)
- GHOST_MAIL_PORT: Port of the SMTP server (defaults to 25, not needed with GHOST_MAIL_SERVICE)
- GHOST_MAIL_IGNORE_TLS: Ignore server support for STARTTLS (defaults to false)
- GHOST_MAIL_DEBUG: Output client and server messages to console
To run this container with the predefined defaults:
docker run -p 2368:2368 tevjef/alpine-ghost
Now the Ghost container will be available at your.dockermachine.ip:2368.
See the example compose file for specification of including the ENV variables as well as the volumes.
This image has one volume that can be utilized. By connecting a folder with:
You can not only keep your data persistent, but also upload a custom config.js file. In order to do this connect your volume like this:
The code is available under the MIT License.