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Desktop in Docker
This serves as a reference for how to run an arbitrary desktop environment, window manager or single application in docker and served securely in Browser using Guacamole.
First we need to prepare the database because Guacamole is a bit special in this regard.
It should also ask you what domain Caddy should use to serve Guacamole on, it should automatically try to get a valid certificate for your domain.
$ ./prepare.sh Domain Guacamole should be served on [localhost]: desktop.mydomain.com Preparing folder guacamole/init and creating guacamole/init/initdb.sql Setting permissions for user directory (chown needs root) everything done
After that you can already start the containers using
docker-compose -f compose.yml up -d to create the network first and then optionally run
docker-compose up -d to build and start the default OBS app container.
Using the default guacamole credentials
guacadmin:guacadmin, you can now create a connection using
obs:5900 as network parameters in
Settings > Connection > New Connection with VNC as protocol.
There are a few environment variables you can set in
.env that are used by
docker-compose for the
If you want to serve it locally for tesing you can uncomment
CADDY_HTTPS in the reference
.env file. By default docker makes it listen on port
443 on all interfaces.