Docker pod for captain hook and the static content it maintains (pages subdomain, bots subdomain, and hooks subdomain)
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Charles Reid 7b0073cc90 modify print() calls 7 months ago
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docker-compose.yml.j2 stormy captain hook container should wait for stormy nginx subdomains container 7 months ago
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This docker pod runs two services:

These two services are in this repo as submodules.

See documentation page here:

Or visit docs/

Source code on

Source code on

If you get a 403

If you visit the IP of the page running things and you get a 403, it’s probably because you haven’t created the /www/ directory structure yet.

To do this, you need a folder for each subdomain at /www/, along with subdirectories for htdocs and for the .git directory (see scripts/ directory for scripts to do this automatically):