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Daniele Tricoli 023089e0e2 Use /go for the database
This way no need to fix permissions of directory where the database it
2 years ago
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NOTE: SQLite is used and the database is generated locally. See Podman section.

dokku apps:create writefreely

dokku config:set writefreely --no-restart TZ=Europe/Rome
dokku config:set writefreely --no-restart DOKKU_LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL=example@example.org

dokku storage:mount writefreely /var/lib/dokku/data/storage/writefreely/config.ini:/go/config.ini
dokku storage:mount writefreely /var/lib/dokku/data/storage/writefreely/writefreely.db:/go/writefreely.db

git push dokku main:main

dokku domains:add writefreely example.org
dokku proxy:ports-add writefreely http:80:8080
dokku proxy:ports-remove writefreely http:8080:8080

dokku letsencrypt:enable writefreely


  1. Generate the configuration and sqlite db
    podman run -it eriol/writefreely config start
  2. Export the container to get the config and the database
    podman export <container id> > root.tar
  3. Start writefreely
    podman run -p 8080:8080 -v /tmp/writefreely/config.ini:/go/config.ini -v /tmp/writefreely/writefreely.db:/go/writefreely.db --name blog eriol/writefreely
  4. Enter as root
    podman exec -u 0 -ti blog /bin/sh
    and fix ownership
    chown daemon: config.ini writefreely.db
  5. Create admin user
    podman exec -ti blog /bin/sh
    and then
    cmd/writefreely/writefreely --create-admin admin:secret