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rsyncd: secrets file is set up by entrypoint script
2 weeks ago
agate updated agate 3 months ago
buildx-qemu make buildx instance use host network to keep dns as expected 2 months ago
mpd upgrade alpine image versions 2 months ago
pleroma makefile cleanups 2 months ago
rainloop embed nginx into rainloop image 2 months ago
rsync rsync client, to use with ci 3 weeks ago
rsyncd rsyncd: secrets file is set up by entrypoint script 2 weeks ago
ssh-ci ssh client, to use with ci 3 weeks ago
static-page-builder static page builder for ci 1 month ago
tor updated tor 3 months ago
transmission buildx for arm64 and amd64 1 month ago
webdav webdav uses nginx.conf file 2 months ago
.drone.yml drone ci 2 months ago
.gitignore initial commit 2 years ago
LICENSE added LICENSE and README 2 years ago
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README.md

Dockerfiles

Collection of docker images for my personal use. I usually implement my own docker images if I don't find one built or recommended by the original developer of the software I intend to run. Or if the recommended one is too complex for my specific use case. Or if I don't like it for whatever reason. Or if I just feel like making my own image.

All images are made to suit my specific needs and taste, not to be generally useful.

I use simple Makefiles to build the images for the architectures I care about (linux/amd64 and linux/arm64) using docker buildx and push them to my private docker registry.

Currently implemented images:

  • agate
  • buildx-qemu (image I use to build the other images in my CI/CD)
  • mpd
  • pleroma
  • rainloop
  • tor
  • transmission
  • webdav (really simple nginx + nginx-mod-http-dav-ext image)

Create buildx driver

docker buildx create --use

Enable multi-arch execution

docker run --rm --privileged multiarch/qemu-user-static --reset -p yes