Run Aidbox locally with Docker
This quickstart guide explains how to run Aidbox locally using docker compose. You will learn how to obtain a free short-term license and how to set up Aidbox.
You'll see your license in the “My Licenses” list. Click on your new license and copy credentials. It is a long string like
This string is your license key.
git clone https://github.com/Aidbox/aidbox-docker-compose --recurse-submodules && cd aidbox-docker-compose
cp env.tpl .env
env.tplis a template with environment variables. We copy it into a separate
.envwhich is included in
.gitignoreto protect from secrets breach.
.envfile so that
AIDBOX_LICENSEmatches your license key:
If you want to learn more about Aidbox environment variables, refer to the following page:
If you want to learn more about Aidbox configuration project set up, refer to the following page:
Start Aidbox with Docker Compose:
docker compose up
This command downloads and starts Aidbox container. It can take a few minutes.
Now you are ready to use Aidbox.