The Self Hosted To-Do App to Organize Your Life | Vikunja on Portainer
Vikunja is an Open-Source, self-hosted To-Do list application for all platforms. In this video, @DB Tech will show you how to set up your own Vikunja instance on a server running Portainer. The first video in this series is available here.
Pro Tip: Once you’ve created your user on your Vikunja server, don’t forget to disable user registration so you don’t have random people from the Internet registering on your server. See how in the documentation here.
0:56 What Is Vikunja?
2:46 Obtain the Docker Compose Template
3:50 Create a Directory for Vikunja
4:32 Create Vikunja’s Configuration Files
9:49 Deploy Vikunja
11:39 How to Configure DNS for Vikunja
12:21 Check if Vikunja is Running
12:48 How to Setup an SSL Certificate
13:45 How to Add a Proxy Host for Vikunja
14:50 How to Register a New Vikunja Account
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