ProjectSend Installed in Docker - File Hosting & Sharing

Hosting Under 1000 – ProjectSend Installed in Docker – File Hosting & Sharing


ProjectSend Installed in Docker – File Hosting & Sharing

Hosting Under 1000

In this video we’ll look at installing ProjectSend in Docker.

ProjectSend is a self-hosted application (you can install it easily on your own VPS or shared web hosting account) that lets you upload files and assign them to specific clients that you create yourself! Secure, private and easy. No more depending on external services or e-mail to send those files!

If you’re looking for cheap domains that INCLUDE domain privacy, check out Porkbun:

Docker Compose File:

For the database location in the installation, you’ll need to go to the database container and open the console. Then type:

hostname -I

This will give you the IP address to put in place of “localhost”.

If you still can’t connect, you’ll want to restart the containers and try again.

More OpenMediaVault 5 tutorials here:

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ProjectSend Installed in Docker – File Hosting & Sharing

11 thoughts on “Hosting Under 1000 – ProjectSend Installed in Docker – File Hosting & Sharing

  1. Hello! My name is Ignacio, I'm the author and maintainer of ProjectSend. Thanks a lot for doing this video and covering the project!
    I'm working on a new release that should be up very soon, and I'm happy to say that the issues that you had in the video have been already fixed (like the trailing slash problem that prevented you from loading the assets). PS now supports previewing video, audio, image and PDF files among other new features. One very important addition is serving downloads via XSendFile, which requires the module to be available in the webserver, but adds many benefits such as resumable downloads and no limits when getting large files.
    Thank you again for the video, it was great to see PS covered like this!

  2. when I click on check, nothing happens and it doesn't go on. Even restarting the containers does not help. The logfile on mariadb say unconnected user, unauthenticated host, but pw and user is correct.

  3. Should we need to have port forwarding done for this to be accessible from outside network? Also, since I am a newbie here just wanna ask another thing. Is the dbtechyt.com registered as a domain name from any of the service providers like godaddy? Anyhow, thanks for making such great videos on helping us setting up a home server!

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