A Piwigo setup using Docker and Docker compose
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README.md

Piwigo Docker/Docker compose

Prerequisites

  • Docker (>= 18.03-1-ce)
  • docker-compose (>= 1.20.1)

Setup

Run

$ docker-compose up -d

then Piwigo's installation page should be available at http://localhost:8000.

Note: It might take a few seconds to be available

The default value for the database URL is mysql, the user is piwigo and the password is piwigo again. The initial database being created is called piwigo.

The rest is for you to choose from.