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Last pushed: a year ago
Short Description
https://github.com/shadowsocks http://www.xsocks.me
Full Description

Shadowsocks Dockerized

About this image

This image is built to ease the deployment of the Shadowsocks server daemon with Docker.

For Shadowsocks clients, you want to visit http://shadowsocks.org/en/download/clients.html

What is Shadowsocks

A secure socks5 proxy designed to protect your Internet traffic.

See http://shadowsocks.org/

What is Docker

An open platform for distributed applications for developers and sysadmins.

See https://www.docker.com/

How to use this image

Start the daemon for the first time

$ docker run --name shadowsocks-app --detach --publish 58338:8338 shadowsocks/shadowsocks-libev -k "5ecret!"

To see all supported arguments, run

$ docker run --rm shadowsocks/shadowsocks-libev --help

To try the bleeding edge version of Shadowsocks, run with an unstable tag

$ docker run --name shadowsocks-app --detach --publish 58338:8338 shadowsocks/shadowsocks-libev:unstable -k "5ecret!"

Stop the daemon

$ docker stop shadowsocks-app

Start a stopped daemon

$ docker start shadowsocks-app

Upgrade

Simply run a docker pull to upgrade the image.

$ docker pull shadowsocks/shadowsocks-libev

Use in CoreOS

COMING SOON

Use with fig

COMING SOON

Limitations

JSON Configuration File

This image doesn't support the JSON configuration at the moment. But I do plan to add the support in the future. So please stay tuned.

Specifying Hostname & Port

Docker containers don't have the power to specify on what hostname or port of the host should the service listen to. These have to be specified using the --publish argument of docker run.

See Docker run reference for more details.

References

Docker Pull Command
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tsungkang
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