The trusted docker image of Backdrop content management framework “linuxconfig/backdrop” can be used to instantly deploy Backdrop on your docker hosts.
The backdrop application runs on Debian GNU/Linux system featuring Apache web server, MariaDB ( MySQL ), database and PHP5. A new docker container based on “linuxconfig/backdrop” will expose port 80 which can be linked to the docker host port for an immediate backdrop blog access.
Configured MySQL users:passwords:
- root:”empty password”
Configured MySQL databases:
The below command will download and create a new docker container called
backdrop and link local host system port 80 with container’s exposed port 80.
# docker run -d --name=backdrop -p 80:80 linuxconfig/backdrop
Once you deploy the
linuxconfig/backdrop docker container you can immediately access it by using your browser and navigating to
http://localhost and start Backdrop installation by using the information provided above.
Use the following linux command to update or reset MariaDB user password. The below command will set a new
admin user password:
# docker exec -it backdrop mysqladmin -uadmin -ppass password abc123
To create a new database eg.
# docker exec -it backdrop mysqladmin -uadmin -ppass create backdrop2