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On Windows #


Make sure you that you have Docker for Windows installed. The installation may require, depending on your version of Windows, installing a patch from Microsoft for Windows System for Linux 2 from here (step 4 and 5) and rebooting your machine.

After Docker for Windows starts fine (you will see Docker’s white whale icon in the system tray), open an administrative command prompt, go the directory, created for Agendex and execute the following command:

docker-compose up -d

Be default the command will look for docker-compose.yaml file. If it is renamed, then you need to provide the name of the yaml file with the -f option:

docker-compose -f agendex.yaml up -

On Linux #


Please make sure that your system is up to date and you have the latest version of Docker installed.

Note: In order to use the provided YAML file, you will need also docker-compose, which is not included on Linux with Docker. You can get it here: https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/

Inside the directory created for Agendex, run the following command:

sudo docker-compose up -d

Be default the command will look for docker-compose.yaml file. If it is renamed, then you need to provide the name of the yaml file with the -f option:

sudo docker-compose -f agendex.yaml up -d

The above command will automatically download and run Agendex with the basic configuration you defined while editing the YAML file.

After the container deployment is completed, you can access Agendex at the defined local address and port, or – if already configured – at the public DNS address.

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Updated on March 26, 2021
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