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Yacht Installed on Docker – Portainer Alternative

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In this video we’re going to take a look at a Docker application called Yacht. “Yacht is an alternative to Portainer that aims to make docker more accessible to the everyday person and is focused on selfhosters instead of the enterprise.” – SelfHostedPro While Yacht operates very much like Portainer, I feel like the interface is more user-friendly and information …

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PaperMerge Installed on Docker – OCR Document Management System

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In this video we’ll look at how to install Papermerge on Docker via a LinuxServer stack in Portainer. Papermerge is designed for scanned documents. Perfect software that will help you reduce paper clutter and keep your business organized. Instead of keeping documents, receipts, and letters in drawers, cabinets, or around your office desk you can scan and feed them to …

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Whoogle Installed on Docker – Your Own Private Google Search

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In our continuing effort to de-Google our lives, we’re going to take a look at hosting our own search engine to replace Google for our home use. We’re going to install Whoogle on Docker. “Get Google search results, but without any ads, javascript, AMP links, cookies, or IP address tracking. Easily deployable in one click as a Docker app, and …

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Convert Portainer 1.x Templates to be Portainer 2.0 NATIVE Templates

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In this video we’re going to look at how to convert Portainer 1.x templates to be Portainer 2.0 NATIVE Templates. With the release of Portainer 2.0 out, some changes have come with it that affect how we can use Application Templates. At first, there was rumor that 2.0 wouldn’t support templates at all, but then I found out via Reddit, …

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Wiki.js Installed on Docker

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In this post we’ll look at how to install Wiki.js on your Docker Setup. Wiki.js’s website says it is “The most powerful and extensible open source Wiki software”. To install Wiki.js, copy the following into a Portainer stack: https://gist.github.com/dnburgess/d36f7bed10863ec9b05f8ddf9f08d142 There is something to note here: There’s a chance that you’ll get a permissions issue when you try to run the …