In this post we’ll take a look at how to install Akaunting on your Docker server setup.
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To install Akaunting on your Docker server, you’ll need to copy and paste the following into a Portainer stack:
|MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: [email protected]!*Gd8hTi9PY #Change this password to something at least as long and complicated|
Once you’ve adjusted the necessary things like the port number and the volumes, click “Deploy the container” and wait a few minutes. Be sure to watch the logs as they will give you the information you need to enter into the installation screen.
When you see something like this you’re ready to move on:
Open a browser window and go to http://your-server-address:8123 (or whatever port you put it on). Select your language and move onto the next screen. Enter the database connection information from your server logs and click continue.
On the last screen, you’ll be asked to create an admin user account. Enter the information it asks for and click the button to continue. It may get stuck here. If the screen hasn’t updated in a few seconds, refresh the page and you should be taken to a login screen.
Enter you admin email address and password to login.
That’s all there is to installing Akaunting on your Docker server.
If you’re interested in other tutorials for your home server, check here: https://dbtechreviews.com/category/openmediavault/
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