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docker run --name psx_postgres -e "POSTGRES_PASSWORD=POSTGRESSPASSWORDCHANGEME" -d postgres
Start pidgen (you have to start postgres first!)
#BUILD=true means that your database is created (careful: this will truncate an existing pidgen database!) docker run --name tmf_psx_run -d -p 8080:80 --link psx_postgres:psx_postgres -e "BUILD=true" -e "POSTGRES_PASSWORD=POSTGRESSPASSWORDCHANGEME" tmfev/pidgen
Access PID generator cgi