[ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.11.0 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.9.1 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par laengu » 13 juil. 2019 15:56

Thank you for the link, I downloaded the file.
a bit complicated i think.. to provided a full working turnkey version with myslq support
without embbeding mysql it self in the package
What do you mean with that?
This package now uses the MariaDB server and has no DB server in the package?

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.9.1 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par QoolBox » 13 juil. 2019 16:23

by default it use a sqlite db

to force it using a MariaDB, it need be compiled with other flag...
but if user didnt setup the mariadb first correctly ... BitWarden, will not start, or in error
that why if i do it, i must include my own MariaDB version, like i did with Mattemost Premium

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.9.1 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par laengu » 13 juil. 2019 19:16

Ok, do you have a documentation how to compile a new qpkg?
I would like to work with you on this one.
To provide a new version which doesn‘t include a DB itself but uses the QNAP MariaDB and creates the db, tables needed.

My suggestion:
You give me the source and documentation and I do the work and then you can have it and sell it like the other version.

What do you think?

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.9.1 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par QoolBox » 14 juil. 2019 02:12

all relativ information to compilation with rust are include in the github page

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.9.1 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par QoolBox » 14 juil. 2019 17:20

I will check to bring a mysql version...

but probably mi-august... i am in holiday soon and will be far my dev environment

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.9.1 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par laengu » 14 juil. 2019 17:50

That sounds great!
I would really like to help, I‘m an IT engineer myself and have some programming knowledge.
But I‘ve never build a QPKG or tried something with Rust.

I think I‘d need just some guidance. But enjoy your vacation, I‘m sure well deserved.

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.9.1 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par knusper » 29 juil. 2019 22:26

Hey there,

I'm a noob at docker and most in-depth NAS stuff so I was very happy to find an easy to install QPKG and instantly bought it. Thanks for putting this together!

However I've got 2-3 questions:

Is it possible to enable https and to use my own Let's Encrypt certificate? (https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarde ... ling-HTTPS)

What would I need to do to disable new account registrations and/or enable the admin panel? (https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarde ... -new-users and https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarde ... admin-page)

Is that even possible with this build? I would really love to enable these security features... :S

Thanks for your effort!

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.10.0 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par QoolBox » 28 août 2019 16:30

updated

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.10.0 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par knusper » 02 sept. 2019 02:43

QoolBox a écrit :
28 août 2019 16:30
updated
knusper a écrit :
29 juil. 2019 22:26
Hey there,

I'm a noob at docker and most in-depth NAS stuff so I was very happy to find an easy to install QPKG and instantly bought it. Thanks for putting this together!

However I've got 2-3 questions:

Is it possible to enable https and to use my own Let's Encrypt certificate? (https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarde ... ling-HTTPS)

What would I need to do to disable new account registrations and/or enable the admin panel? (https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarde ... -new-users and https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarde ... admin-page)

Is that even possible with this build? I would really love to enable these security features... :S

Thanks for your effort!
Any help would be really appreciated. :)

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Re: [ BitWarden_rs ] [ 1.10.0 ] Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

Message par QoolBox » 02 sept. 2019 11:30

it should be possible

you need to read the bitwarden_rs Wiki ... all file are within /opt/BitWarden
To enable HTTPS, you need to configure the ROCKET_TLS.

The values to the option must follow the format:

ROCKET_TLS={certs="/path/to/certs.pem",key="/path/to/key.pem"}
Where:

certs: a path to a certificate chain in PEM format
key: a path to a private key file in PEM format for the certificate in certs
Note: The file name extensions used in the ROCKET_TLS line do not necessarily have to be PEM as in the example. Important is the file format that needs to be PEM, i.e. base64-coded. Since the PEM format is openssl's default you can therefore simply rename .cert, .cer, .crt and .key files to .pem and vice versa or - as an alternative - use .crt or .key as file extentions in the ROCKET_TLS line.
guess you just need to use this line ROCKET_TLS={certs="/path/to/certs.pem",key="/path/to/key.pem"}
and include it inside the /opt/BitWarden/BitWarden.sh

other solution wichi might work is using Caddy with a caddy file to generate a proxypass proxy to bitwarden

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