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use Mix.Config
# You should not change the following three ip/port mappings.
# Listening to 0.0.0.0 is required in a container since the IP is not known in advance.
# Instead, change the mapping to your host ports in "docker-compose.yml".
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Web.Endpoint,
http: [
ip: {0, 0, 0, 0},
port: 4000
]
config :pleroma, :gopher,
ip: {0, 0, 0, 0},
port: 9999
config :esshd,
port: 2222
# You shouldn't need to change this.
# pleroma/pleroma/pleroma are the default credentials.
# "db" is the default interlinked hostname.
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Repo,
adapter: Ecto.Adapters.Postgres,
username: "pleroma",
password: "pleroma",
database: "pleroma",
hostname: "db"
# You should not change this.
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Uploaders.Local, uploads: "/uploads"
config :pleroma, :instance,
healthcheck: true
#
# vvv Your awesome config options go here vvv
#
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Upload,
filters: [Pleroma.Upload.Filter.Dedupe, Pleroma.Upload.Filter.Mogrify]
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Upload.Filter.Mogrify,
args: ["strip"]
# Set your URL and key-base here
# On Linux, you can use the following command to get a random key base:
# dd if=/dev/urandom bs=1 count=128 2>/dev/null | base64 -w 0 | rev | cut -b 2- | rev
config :pleroma, Pleroma.Web.Endpoint,
url: [host: "example.com", scheme: "https", port: 443],
secret_key_base: "<key>"
###
# Now follow some example config values.
# Uncomment/Change what you need, or delete it all.
#
# Want to use pleroma's config generator instead?
# Try `./pleroma.sh mix pleroma.instance gen` and then `./pleroma.sh cp /home/pleroma/pleroma/config/generated_config.exs config.exs`.
#
# Need some inspiration?
# Take a look at https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/tree/develop/config
###
# config :pleroma, :instance,
# name: "example instance",
# email: "example@example.com",
# limit: 5000,
# registrations_open: true,
# dedupe_media: false
# config :pleroma, :media_proxy,
# enabled: false,
# redirect_on_failure: true
# base_url: "https://cache.example.com"
# Configure web push notifications
# config :web_push_encryption, :vapid_details,
# subject: "mailto:example@example.com",
# public_key: "<key>",
# private_key: "<key>"
# Enable Strict-Transport-Security once SSL is working:
# config :pleroma, :http_security,
# sts: true
# Configure S3 support if desired.
# The public S3 endpoint is different depending on region and provider,
# consult your S3 provider's documentation for details on what to use.
#
# config :pleroma, Pleroma.Uploaders.S3,
# bucket: "some-bucket",
# public_endpoint: "https://s3.amazonaws.com"
#
# Configure S3 credentials:
# config :ex_aws, :s3,
# access_key_id: "xxxxxxxxxxxxx",
# secret_access_key: "yyyyyyyyyyyy",
# region: "us-east-1",
# scheme: "https://"
#
# For using third-party S3 clones like wasabi, also do:
# config :ex_aws, :s3,
# host: "s3.wasabisys.com"
# Configure Openstack Swift support if desired.
#
# Many openstack deployments are different, so config is left very open with
# no assumptions made on which provider you're using. This should allow very
# wide support without needing separate handlers for OVH, Rackspace, etc.
#
# config :pleroma, Pleroma.Uploaders.Swift,
# container: "some-container",
# username: "api-username-yyyy",
# password: "api-key-xxxx",
# tenant_id: "<openstack-project/tenant-id>",
# auth_url: "https://keystone-endpoint.provider.com",
# storage_url: "https://swift-endpoint.prodider.com/v1/AUTH_<tenant>/<container>",
# object_url: "https://cdn-endpoint.provider.com/<container>"
#