cells install

./cells install

Pydio Cells Installer

Synopsis

This command launch the installation process of Pydio Cells.

It will ask for the Bind Host to hook the webserver on a network interface IP, and you can set different hosts for accessing the machine from outside world (if it is behind a proxy or inside a container with ports mapping for example). You can launch this installer in non-interactive mode by providing --bind and --external. This will launch the browser-based installer with SSL active using self_signed setup by default.

For example - Bind Host : 0.0.0.0:8080 - External Host : share.mydomain.tld Or - Bind Host : share.mydomain.tld - External Host : share.mydomain.tld Or - Bind Host : IP:1515 # internal port - External Host : IP:8080 # external port mapped by docker Or - Bind Host : IP:8080 - External Host : IP:8080

It will open a browser to gather necessary information and configuration for Pydio Cells. if you don't have a browser access, you can launch the command line installation using the install-cli command:

$ ./cells install-cli

Services will all start automatically after the install process is finished.

./cells install [flags]

Options

      --bind string       [Non interactive mode] internal URL:PORT on which the main proxy will bind. Self-signed SSL will be used by default
      --external string   [Non interactive mode] external URL:PORT exposed to outside
  -h, --help              help for install
      --no_ssl            [Non interactive mode] do not enable self signed automatically

Options inherited from parent commands

      --fork               Used internally by application when forking processes
      --grpc_cert string   Certificates used for communication via grpc
      --grpc_key string    Certificates used for communication via grpc
      --log string         Sets the log level mode (default "info")
      --registry string    Registry used to manage services (default "nats")

SEE ALSO

  • ./cells - Secure File Sharing for business
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