docker based auto-configurator for Caddy 2 & docker-compose (mirror of
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forest bca74a0170 update caddy config 3 months ago
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dockerbuild_caddy add caddy dockerfile to build docker image of sequentialread caddy fork 1 year ago
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Dockerfile goatcounter upgrade, gts stuff, and gitea robots.txt 10 months ago document how to create favicon 2 years ago fix multiple IP addresses occasionally causing config resets 3 months ago
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go.mod fixing more goatcounter issues 2 years ago
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This application talks to the docker socket to get info about containers and then generates a Caddy config, which it posts to Caddy 2 HTTP server (by Matt Holt, of Let's Encrypt fame).

Yes I realize already does this :P

I am making my own instead for a couple reasons:

  1. I'm going to give it access to the docker socket so I'd prefer to know the code well.
  2. I already created most of it for the ingress controller part of rootsystem.

Example docker labels to configure a container to be served publically:

	sequentialread-80-public-port: 443
	sequentialread-80-public-protocol: https
	sequentialread-80-public-hostnames: ","
	sequentialread-80-container-protocol: http

how to generate favicon for ghost

sudo apt install icoutils
icotool -c -o test.ico sequentialread_favicon.png logo48.png logo70.png logo128.png