Docker Keeweb

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This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to easily install KeyWeb password manager on Ubuntu 20.04 18.04.

KeeWeb is a free, cross-platform password manager that is compatible with KeePass. It helps you store your password online as well as offline securely.

With KeeWeb, you can sync your password automatically with popular cloud services, including OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox and many others.

It supports multiple features, including user-friendly desktop interface, multiple themes, multiple files supports, drag n’ drop, password generator and more.

To get started with installing KeeWeb, follow the steps below:

Keeweb

Prepare Ubuntu

Before installing KeeWeb on Ubuntu, run the commands to install required and recommended packages.

After running the command above, continue below to installing KeeWeb.

Install Docker

Now that you’ve installed the recommended packages above, continue below and install Docker.

Docker is required to run KeeWeb. For this post, we’re going to be installing Docker CE (Community Edition).

First add Docker repository key to your system by running the commands below:

Then run the commands below to add Docker repository

Next, run the commands below to install Docker CE.

To validate that Docker is installed run the commands below:

That should display the Docker version installed.

To run Docker as a non-root user, add your user account to Docker’s group by running the commands below:

You may also want to restart your machine just to be sure.

Install KeeWeb

Now that Docker is installed, run the commands below to get KeeWeb packages from git repostory.

Next, run the commands below to download all neccessary docker packages that are required to run KeeWeb.

Then run the commands below to create a container for KeeWeb from the downloaded image and expose it on port 80.

You can check that the container is running by running the commands below:

That should display similar lines as below:

Access KeeWeb

Docker Keeweb 1

Now that KeeWeb is installed, browse to the server hostname or IP address to load KeeWeb portal.

Docker Keeweb Server

You can now begin entering your secure password entries. Click the Plus ( + ) to start.

Then click New to create a new file entry.

That should do it!

Docker Keeweb Login

Conclusion:

Docker Keeweb Tutorial

This post showed you how to install KeeWeb Password Manager on Ubuntu. If you find any error above, please use the form below to report.

Keeweb Docker Compose

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