How to use docker rootless images
Our docker-compose.yml example uses root images. If you want to use non-root images, choose one from available docker tags as image and update ports option.
root images uses 80 and 443 ports:
version: '3.7' services: db: ... passbolt: image: passbolt/passbolt:latest-ce ... ports: - 80:80 - 443:443
non-root images uses 8080 and 4433 so you need to map ports 80 and 443 to them:
version: '3.7' services: db: ... passbolt: image: passbolt/passbolt:latest-ce-non-root ... ports: - 80:8080 - 443:4433
non-root images also uses a different path to handle ssl certificates:
version: '3.7' services: db: ... passbolt: ... volumes: ... - ./certs/cert.pem:/etc/passbolt/certs/certificate.crt:ro - ./certs/key.pem:/etc/passbolt/certs/certificate.key:ro
You can know more about how to setup https on docker on the https configuration section.
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