Running Funkwhale on non amd64 architectures

Funkwhale should be runnable on any architecture assuming Funkwhale installation dependencies are satisfied.

On non-docker deployments (e.g. when deploying on debian), this should be completely transparent.

On docker deployments, you will need to build Funkwhale’s image yourself, because we don’t provide pre-built multi-arch images on the Docker Hub yet. The build process itself only requires git, Docker and is described below.

Building the mono-process Docker image (funkwhale/funkwhale)

This image is intended to be used in conjunction with our Multi-container installation guide. guide.

export FUNKWHALE_VERSION="0.19.1"

Note

Replace by develop for building a development branch image.

cd /tmp
git clone https://dev.funkwhale.audio/funkwhale/funkwhale.git
cd funkwhale
git checkout $FUNKWHALE_VERSION
cd api

# download the pre-built front-end files
frontend_artifacts="https://dev.funkwhale.audio/funkwhale/funkwhale/-/jobs/artifacts/$FUNKWHALE_VERSION/download?job=build_front"
curl -L -o front.zip $frontend_artifacts
unzip front.zip
cp -r front/dist frontend

docker build -t funkwhale/funkwhale:$FUNKWHALE_VERSION .

Building the mono-container Docker image (funkwhale/funkwhale)

This image is intended to be used in conjunction with our Mono-container installation guide. guide.

export FUNKWHALE_VERSION="0.19.1"

Note

Replace by develop for building a development branch image.

cd /tmp
git clone https://github.com/thetarkus/docker-funkwhale.git
cd docker-funkwhale

# download the pre-built front-end files
# download Funkwhale front and api artifacts and nginx configuration
./scripts/download-artifact.sh src/ $FUNKWHALE_VERSION build_front
./scripts/download-artifact.sh src/ $FUNKWHALE_VERSION build_api
./scripts/download-nginx-template.sh src/ $FUNKWHALE_VERSION

docker build --build-arg=arch=$(uname -m) -t funkwhale/all-in-one:$FUNKWHALE_VERSION .