Cloud AriaNg (No Need Deployment)
docker run -d \ --name ariang \ --log-opt max-size=1m \ --restart unless-stopped \ -p 6880:6880 \ p3terx/ariang
docker exec -it ariang bash
Other docker commands:
- docker restart aria2-pro
- docker rm -f aria2-pro
- docker rmi p3terx/aria2-pro
- rm -rf ~/aria2-config
- docker pull p3terx/aria2-pro
- docker run <…>
- Realtime logs:
- docker logs -f –tail 30 aria2-pro
- Export logs
- docker logs aria2-pro > ~/aria2-pro.log
https – Github Page
1 Go to AriaNg’s official Github site to download AriaNg-AllInOne zip file from url : https://github.com/mayswind/AriaNg/releases
2 Unzip and get index.html file
3 Create a new Github repository
4 Upload unzipped index.html file to this repository
5 That is only file you will need to add. You might want to add another readme file to describe your repository and usage.
http – Github Page with Custom Domain
1 Verify your own domain
You will need to add a txt record in your domain provider. In my case, it is Cloudflare.
2 After verified your domain for your github account, you can add custom domain into your repository’s page:
Tips: Don’t enable https for your page since you want to access your AriaNg page on http.
3 add a cname record in Cloudflare (that is my domain provider).
4 Visit your new Github Ariang page on http:
https – Cloudflare page and certificates
https – Docker + NPM (Nginx Proxy Manager)