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Linet accounting system
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Linet Docker

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This project is meant to ease the installation process of
the linet accounting program, by
using docker.

Our Dockerfile is based on the tutum/lamp
docker (github repo).

Please read the documentation of the tutum/lamp docker for more
details. Important stuff are listed below.

TL;DR

mkdir -p ~/linet/mysql/lib
docker run -d -p 8888:80 -p 3306:3306 --name linet -v ~/linet/mysql/lib:/var/lib/mysql tsurelad/linet

and visit http://localhost:8888

Building the docker

Clone this repository, and inside the cloned folder run this to create a local
linet docker image (obviously put your real GitHub OAuth Token
instead of the 38a.....858 placeholder):

sed -i"" 's/GITHUB_TOKEN/38a.................858/' Dockerfile
docker build -t linet .

The GitHub OAuth Token is needed for the composer step to fetch
all dependencies from GitHub.

Running the docker container

Running the docker for the first time will create the MySQL database with the
proper DB for linet, and set up the following:

  • root user with no password for localhost access only (from within the docker)

  • linet database

  • linet user with the password linet with all privileges from localhost

  • admin user with a random password for accessing the DB outside of localhost.
    The admin password is written to the docker logs, and can be found by running
    docker logs linet. You can also run the docker with an environment variable
    with the admin password: -e MYSQL_PASS="mypass". See Tutum/Lamp
    for more details.

You can change the initial setup of the DB, including those usernames and
passwords by editing the mysql-setup.sh file before you build the docker image.

In order to run the docker you just need to run:

docker run -d -p 80:80 --name linet linet

This will launch the docker container with the name linet from your image (who
is also named linet). Docker will map your host machine's port 80 to the internal
docker port 80. This enables you to visit your local linet webapp by visiting
http://localhost (Note first that you need to install linet by visiting
http://localhost/install ).

If you want to map a different port for the webapp, or you want to access mysql
from outside of the docker container, e.g. 8888, you can run:

docker run -d -p 8888:80 -p 3306:3306 --name linet linet

And then the linet webapp will be available in http://localhost:8888 and 3306
is the port for your mysql access.

Last thing is the mysql folder. You should map a docker volume to the mysql
lib folder, and make sure to always map the same folder, and to backup it as
seems appropriate. You can do it by running:

mkdir -p ~/linet/mysql/lib

and then use this folder for your MySQL use:

docker run -d -p 8888:80 -p 3306:3306 --name linet -v ~/linet/mysql/lib:/var/lib/mysql linet

Stopping and Resuming the docker container

You can always stop the docker container by running:

docker stop linet

and resume it again by running:

docker start linet

If you want to completely remove the docker image run:

docker rm -f linet

If you have mapped the external MySQL folder then you should be able to get
linet working with the same data you had by just re-running:

docker run -d -p 8888:80 -p 3306:3306 --name linet -v ~/linet/mysql/lib:/var/lib/mysql linet

Post Installation

Please go to the installation of the local linet (http://localhost:8888/install)
and make sure the screen shows that everything is OK. Click on "Next" and then
change the default MySQL username from root to linet. Make sure the DB name
is linet and the password is linet as well.
Click on the "Next" button and finish the technical installation.

The next step is to visit Linet Post Install page to make
sure you create a proper setup.

Good luck!

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