Docker configuration for Debugging WordPress together with Mobilizon
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This repository helps you to set up a local Mobilizon and a local WordPress instance for developing within minutes. It is still early alpha, if you should try it and get stuck somewhere it most likely our fault, so please reach out to us, and we try to help you.

Step by Step Guide

0. Requirements

  • make
  • docker and docker-compose
  • mkcert to handle locally trusted SSL certificates.

1. Fetch the repository

git clone docker && cd docker

2. Clone Mobilizon source relative to this repo

We serve Mobilizon from source, because the latest patches needed are not included in the latest official Docker image.

git clone mobilizon/mobilizon

3. Generate a SSL-cert

Generate a local SSL-certificate which is used for both WordPress and Mobilizon.

mkdir certs
mkcert -install -cert-file certs/lan.pem -key-file certs/lan-key.pem wp.lan mz.lan ga.lan

4. Add the two dummy domains to the /etc/hosts file on your machine:

wp: WordPress, mz: Mobilizon, ga: gancio   wp.lan   mz.lan   ga.lan

5. Build Mobilizon

make mobilizon

# Create an administrator user for Mobilizon
make mobilizon_admins

6. Start the docker containers

make start

7. Go to http://wp.lan and setup WordPress

Currently this has to be done manually:

  • Go to https://wp.lan and enter dummy credentials.
  • Install the WordPress plugins you need.

8. Create an administrator user for Gancio

Just navigate to https://ga.lan. The first user registered will be site-administrator.

9. Start developing and debugging

Get the logs via

  • docker-compose logs -f <container_name>
  • make logs