Inject deb packages into dokku based on files in project
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README.md

dokku-apt

Inject deb packages into dokku based on files in project.

dokku-apt is a plugin for dokku that installs apt packages in your dokku environment. This is mostly useful for instances where you have an app that depends on packages being here.

Installation

On your dokku server:

dokku >= 0.4.0

sudo dokku plugin:install https://github.com/F4-Group/dokku-apt

dokku < 0.4.0

git clone https://github.com/F4-Group/dokku-apt -b 0.3.0 /var/lib/dokku/plugins/dokku-apt
dokku plugins-install

Usage

When you deploy your project, the dokku-apt plugin will install according to your project's apt-repositories and apt-packages files. You should store these files in your projects root as the docker container will copy your project to its /app directory. This is where the dokku-apt plugin looks for apt-repositories and apt-packages.

apt-packages

This file should contain apt packages to install, accepts multiple packages per line, and multiple lines.

Example:

nginx
unifont

apt-repositories

Optional file that should contain additional APT repositories to configure to find packages. Requires an empty line at end of file.

Example:

ppa:nginx/stable
deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu quantal multiverse

apt-debconf

Optional file allowing to configure package installation. Use case is mainly for EULA (like ttf-mscorefonts-installer). Requires an empty line at end of file.

Example:

ttf-mscorefonts-installer msttcorefonts/accepted-mscorefonts-eula select true

dpkg-packages

Optional directory holding .deb packages to be installed automatically after apt-packages, apt-repositories and apt-debconf. Allows the installation of custom packages inside the container.

Example:

$ ls dpkg-packages/
your-package-0_0.0.1.deb