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  1. Install Yacht

    This will start Yacht on port 8000 (change this to 8001 if you're also using portainer). ... Once docker is installed click on "Yacht" and then "Install" Once it's installed you can use the button to open Yacht. via Docker Compose# The following is an example docker-compose.yml file to deploy Yacht: docker-compose.yml---version: "3"

  2. Getting Started

    docker volume create yacht. docker run -d -p 8000:8000 -v /var/run/docker.sock: ... After that you can access Yacht on port 8000 on your server in a web browser. If you're using Yacht alongside portainer you'll want to change the 8000 on the left of the : to 8001, then it will be available on that port on your host.

  3. Welcome To Yacht

    Yacht lets you focus on what apps you want to run instead of worrying about how to deploy them. Compose Support Out of The Box. Managing large docker projects has never been easier. Import compose projects you're already using or write new ones easily using the built in editor. Docs. Getting Started; Projects;

  4. GitHub

    A web interface for managing docker containers with an emphasis on templating to provide 1 click deployments. Think of it like a decentralized app store for servers that anyone can make packages for. - SelfhostedPro/Yacht

  5. A Step-by-Step Guide to Installing the Yacht Docker GUI

    5. Execute the docker run command below to download the Yacht Docker GUI image from Docker Hub and create a container called yacht (arbitrary) based on the image.. Once completed, you will have a Yacht Docker GUI container running, which is accessible through port 8000 with the following command breakdown:. d - This flag runs the container in the background (detached mode) without attaching ...

  6. Beginners Guide · SelfhostedPro/Yacht Wiki · GitHub

    After that you can access Yacht on port 8000 on your server in a web browser. If you're using Yacht alongside portainer you'll want to change the 8000 on the left of the : to 8001, then it will be available on that port on your host. Once you're at the login page you can login with the username [email protected] and the password pass.

  7. Intro

    Features. Container templating compatibility (Portainer compatible) Basic container management. Easy template updating. Template Variables to allow for a one-click experience. Guided container deployment. Dashboard for monitoring all of your docker containers in one place. Docker-compose compatibility and editor. One click editing of containers.

  8. Reverse Proxy Setup

    Using https and forcing SSL. Set the Yacht container to bridged network. Leave Nginx Proxy Manager on its default proxy network. Configure Nginx using the subdomain. The IP of the docker host (such as 192.168..x or equiv.). The docker port you set Yacht to such as 8000. Use http between the Nginx host and the Yacht container. Additional security:

  9. How to Manage Docker Containers with a GUI using Yacht

    In this guide, you will install Yacht with Docker on a Vultr cloud server. Prerequisites. Deploy a Docker Instance using the Vultr Marketplace App. Access the Server. Install Yacht on Docker ... # docker-compose up -d Setup Yacht. Allow port 8000 through the firewall. On Ubuntu: # ufw allow 8000/tcp On CentOS:

  10. How to manage your Docker containers with Yacht

    Starting the Yacht docker container after installation. Using the docker run command above, Yacht will be deployed via the Docker image and started on Port 8000. However, this command only works for the initial deployment. If you restart your Linux system, you must use the docker start command to run Yacht. Here's how.

  11. Yacht

    With that being said, Yacht is still here to stay and was built for templates that allow you to launch Docker containers quick and easy. Yacht comes shipped with a default template packed with over 100 apps ready to be deployed. Yacht makes it easy to see everything about the containers you have running. Here on the container application info ...

  12. Install Yacht

    Click on "Docker" and then "Install" (Optional) Click on advanced under "Yacht (Alpha)" and select the port you want to use. Once docker is installed click on "Yacht" and then "Install" Once it's installed you can use the button to open Yacht. via Docker Compose The following is an example docker-compose.yml file to deploy Yacht:

  13. Projects

    Projects. Docker-compose projects are a container orchestration tool to help manage containers that need to talk to each other. Yacht provides an in browser docker-compose editor as well as a way to manage them easily via the projects tab in the yacht UI. The easiest way to get started is to find a project that you want to launch, then click on ...

  14. Templates Explained

    Templates Explained. This page will go over building a template. The templates are all compatible with portainer v1 templates so you can always check that documentation too. All of the keys (type, name, title, etc.) are optional and will simply be blank if left empty. Single app templates will be surrounded by {} as is standard for .json files.

  15. Yacht (Container Management UI) Alpha 6 is released [Docker ...

    I'll look at changing the port labels to follow the primary color defined in the theme. It uses the latest version of docker-compose so it should support anything that's supported by that version. I'll definitely be working on adding more customization to the dashboard page soon as well. Currently it leaves a lot to be desired.

  16. Intro

    Dashboard for monitoring all of your docker containers in one place; ... Currently, Yacht is compatible with portainer templates. You'll add a template url in the "Add Template" settings. The template will be read, separated into apps, and imported into the database. The apps associated with the templates are linked via a db relationship so ...

  17. Back Button

    Yacht is a Docker management tool that allows you to easily deploy and manage containerized applications. With Yacht, you can browse, search, and run images from Docker Hub, the world's largest container registry, or from your own private repositories. Yacht also provides a web interface, a REST API, and a CLI for managing your containers.

  18. Getting Started

    After that you can access Yacht on port 8000 on your server in a web browser. If you're using Yacht alongside portainer, you'll want to change the 8000 on the left of the : to 8001, then it will be available on that port on your host.; If SELinux is enabled on the host, you'll need to pass the --privileged flag to docker when deploying Yacht.; Once you're at the login page you can login with ...

  19. How to install Yacht on Linux Server for Docker

    In this post, I'll show you how to install Yacht on your Linux server. yacht is a web interface for managing Docker containers that offers an easy-to-use dashboard to monitor and manage your containers. Table of Contents: What is Yacht? Install Docker; Install Yacht; Change the default login credentials; Reset Yacht Password/Username(optional)

  20. Yacht Installed on Docker

    "Yacht is an alternative to Portainer that aims to make docker more accessible to the everyday person and is focused on selfhosters instead of the enterprise." - SelfHostedPro. While Yacht operates very much like Portainer, I feel like the interface is more user-friendly and information is more easily available on Yacht than on Portainer.

  21. What is the default port and login/username/password for SelfhostedPro

    What is the default port and login/username/password for SelfhostedPro/Yacht docker image? (How to change password & username for Yacht) A blog about technology, security, cyber security, servers, virtualization, computers, cloud computing, guides, tips, DevOps, coding, anything technology etc.

  22. Yacht vs. Portainer

    Comparing Portainer to Yacht, it is a much more fully-featured tool that is also much more polished in its look and feel. It has been around longer and shows from a feature and useability standpoint. Below is the overview dashboard of the Portainer connected to a Docker host. Looking at your list of running containers.

  23. Explore networking features on Docker Desktop

    In the Secure Web Server HTTPS box, paste your socks5://host:port URL. Networking features for Mac and Linux SSH agent forwarding. Docker Desktop on Mac and Linux allows you to use the host's SSH agent inside a container. To do this: Bind mount the SSH agent socket by adding the following parameter to your docker run command: