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Cloud Nginx Container
This is the base container for running PHP based applications. Select the PHP version with the tags
You mush have docker or compatable containerization software running.
You can pull this image locally by running:
docker pull registry.dnspegasus.net/cnc:81
You can then run a development version of the server by running the following commands:
mkdir -p local-development/domain.tld cd local-development/domain.tld mkdir web mkdir db docker run -it --rm -p 80:80 -e environment=DEV --mount type=bind,source="$(pwd)"/web,target=/home/myuser/public_html --mount type=bind,source="$(pwd)"/db,target=/var/lib/mysql -e uid=30001 -e user=myuser -e domain=domain.tld -e serveralias=www.domain.tld --name local-dev cnc:81
This will start the processes needed to run sites locally.
If you need to get into the container you can run from another terminal:
docker exec -it local-dev /bin/bash
To install WordPress for your site
cat /var/lib/mysql/creds su - myuser cd ~/public_html wp core download
You should be able to then go into your browser and go to https://localhost (accept the SSL warning if it appears) and follow the prompts to setup the site.
The database credentials are shown in the /var/lib/mysql/creds file, which we had cat in the commands above.
74 - PHP 7.4
80 - PHP 8.0
81 - PHP 8.1
82 - PHP 8.2
uid - User ID for File Permissions
user - Username for File Permissions
domain - Primary Domain for configuration
environment - Set to DEV to start memcached and mysql locally for development purposes
serveralias - Set to allow alternative hostnames for a site.