White page instead of passbolt page

I used this man Install passbolt Free Community Edition (CE) on Docker
but after i open passbolt page i get only white page. What log can i check of what’s going on ?


You should follow this guide who contains more details: Passbolt Help | Docker passbolt installation

I guess you missed the environment variable configuration. Let me know if you have further questions.

Best regards,

Manual is not clear.

  1. After i wget the yaml file i need to change 3.9 to 3.3 or i’ll get an error.
  2. Where to add variables is not mentioned, and how it should be added too.
  3. No info that if i didn’t change APP_FULL_BASE_URL i’ll get the whine page, who would have known that local ip and local DNS is the different things no matter if we don’t use any SSL.
    I left 3 days with guessing how launch this

Hi @emoxam,

How did you setup docker on your Ubuntu server ? The 3.9 version schema assume you are using latest docker version. If you are using an oldest one, you are right, you must downgrade the version schema.

As written in our documentation, "Configure environment variables in docker-compose.yaml file to customize your instance.

You have in the docker-compose.yaml file an environment section, environment variable goes there.

      APP_FULL_BASE_URL: https://passbolt.local

About APP_FULL_BASE_URL, it is also written in the documentation:

The APP_FULL_BASE_URL environment variable is set by default to https://passbolt.local, using a self-signed certificate. Update this variable with the server name you plan to use. You will find at the bottom of this documentation links about how to set your own SSL certificate.

We are aware our documentation is not perfect and we tries to improve it every day. Thank you for your feedback. We will try to improve this part.

With regards,

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Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS
curl -Ls https://raw.githubusercontent.com/passbolt/passbolt_docker/master/docker-compose/docker-compose-ce.yaml -o docker-compose.yaml
sudo apt install docker-compose -y
nano docker-compose.yaml (то change 3.9 to 3.3)
sudo docker-compose up -d

What i want to say is that for people like me who didn’t ever use a docker compose it’s not so obvious where to add this variables and how and with what syntax. I think the manual must be more clear.
Something like - here’s an example. And the palces needed to be edited is hichlighted and commented. Or something like that.
So we can take a whole example in one place and not to searching the web what author was wanted to say…

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Thank you for your feedback, we will take it into account in the next releases of the documentation.

Best regards,