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plugins fix: correct the argument for get_release_cmd Mar 14, 2019
rpm chore: drop package-based bash-completion priming Apr 27, 2018
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.codacy.yml add codacy config and coverage targets Oct 2, 2017
.editorconfig refactor: rewrite network plugin in golang Oct 2, 2017
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Makefile chore: drop plugn package building Mar 16, 2019 Create May 10, 2017 Update Oct 29, 2016
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Docker powered mini-Heroku. The smallest PaaS implementation you've ever seen.


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A fresh VM running any of the following operating systems:

  • Ubuntu x64 - Any currently supported release
  • Debian 8.2+ x64
  • CentOS 7 x64 (experimental)
  • Arch Linux x64 (experimental)


To install the latest stable release, run the following commands as a user who has access to sudo:

sudo DOKKU_TAG=v0.14.6 bash

You can then proceed to the ip address or domain name associated with your server to complete the web-based installation.

If you wish for a more unattended installation method, see these docs.


View the docs for upgrading from an older version of Dokku.


Full documentation - including advanced installation docs - are available online at


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After checking Github Issues, the Troubleshooting Guide or having a chat with us on freenode in #dokku, feel free to fork and create a Pull Request.

While we may not merge your PR as is, they serve to start conversations and improve the general Dokku experience for all users.


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