I have a very specific use case for my hobby websites which is that they are made for vintage browsers. The issue is that some of those browsers don’t send the host header when sending the request to load the website. Because of that, my current cpanel hosting solution doesn’t work for those browsers because ..
I have Joplin running in a docker container on my NAS using docker compose. Now I want to setup a reverse proxy in order to make it accessible via my personal domain. The joplin/docker-compose.yml file looks as follows: version: ‘3’ services: db: image: postgres:13.1 volumes: – /local/joplin:/var/lib/postgresql/data restart: unless-stopped environment: – APP_PORT=22300 – POSTGRES_PASSWORD=******** – ..
I just configured my server to multi-site revproxy using docker external network and configured my revproxy nginx container to work with fastcgi. Right now, for testing purposes, one of the sites is working, but it seems that the nginx for the website container does not correctly figure out the path and only provides me with ..
The following three containers are managed in docker-compose. ‘docker-compose up’ solves all 3 containers with no errors, and my application works properly when ‘docker swag flag -f’ is called. I followed these and these instructions to set up and edit the conf files. I have 2 problems. If I understand correctly, it should now be ..
I’m still learning nginx and I have a problem with contenerized razor pages app that I proxy pass to. When I go to localhost/service-dashboard/ I can see the app but when I click on a link e.g. service1, I expect to be directed to localhost/service-dashboard/service1, but instead I get directed to localhost/service1. I assume it ..
I have an app that’s using Laravel for the backend API with Nuxt as the frontend SPA and I’d like to dockerize this setup. The frontend will be served from app.example.com, and the api will be served from api.example.com. Currently I have an nginx container serving my api via fpm-php and the frontend is just ..
I am trying to reproduce this git repository with a few tutorial-based lecture notes. This website is basically docker container with npm and yarn technology. It works fine within my network say 10.35.34.35:8000. But, if I use reverse proxy and give it in public say www.abc.xyz.com/tutorial, it is not working. The error is due to ..
It looks like my traefik proxy only works with my whoami service. Every others containers are not reachable and i struggle findding why since configurations are the same. Here is my docker-compose.yml file version: "3.5" services: traefik: image: "traefik:v2.4" container_name: "traefik" command: – "–api.insecure=true" – "–providers.docker=true" – "–providers.docker.exposedbydefault=false" – "–entrypoints.web.address=:80" – "–entrypoints.websecure.address=:443" – "–certificatesresolvers.myresolver.acme.dnschallenge=true" – ..
i have the following problem: i build an angular app with nginx in docker… like this: FROM node:slim as build WORKDIR /usr/local/app COPY ./ /usr/local/app/ RUN npm install RUN npm run build FROM nginx:latest COPY –from=build /usr/local/app/dist/myapp /usr/share/nginx/html EXPOSE 4200 when i now build and run the dockerfile local… no problem i could enter "localhost:4200" ..
I am using MEGACmd to start a wevdav server on the host on port 4443. I can access the port on the host: $ curl 127.0.0.1:4443 <title>MEGA</title><head><meta charset="utf-8" /><style>… On my nextcloud container, i can access the host: $ docker exec -ti nextcloud_NCFrontend_1 bash [email protected]:/var/www/html# curl 172.17.0.1 <html> <head><title>503 Service Temporarily Unavailable</title></head> <body> <center><h1>503 Service ..