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Serves files to the public, static content to any files in ./public
This is meant to be a spot for non-changing content, to host files to allow me to share with others. In most cases it'll be best practice to keep project-related files within the project directory and serve public static content from a webserver within that project.
- First, install Go.
- Then, install Docker - see left menu for other distibutions.
- Finally, install [docker-compose](sudo curl -L "https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.26.2/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m)" -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose)
go build -a -ldflags '-w'
You may need to log out and back in afterwards to ensure the "go" command is set in your PATH environment variable, otherwise it may say it's an invalid command.
Disclaimer! If you use this, you’ll need to build the container yourself. I have a CICD pipeline setup, but my registry is used for my internal infrastructure only and is not publicly available.
Because this is a staticly linked binary with no external runtime dependancies, the container literally only contains the binary file, keeping it clean and low in size (6.3MB). I never did understand why people include operating systems in containers.
docker build -t publicfileserver:latest .
version: '3.7' services: publicfileserver: image: publicfileserver:latest restart: always ports: - 8080:8080 volumes: - /data/public:/public
In this example, data stored on your host disk /data/public would be served
git clone https://deadbeef.codes/steven/deadbeef.codes-publicfileserver.git docker build -t publicfileserver:latest . docker-compose up -d