To get started, here are some quick links:
- Using docker and
docker-compose. This sets up
everything: all prerequisites, both docspell components and a
container running the consumedir.sh
script to import files that are dropped in a folder.
- Download, Unpack and
Run. This option
is also very quick, but you need to check the
prerequisites yourself. Database is
already setup, but you'd need to setup SOLR (when using fulltext
search) and install some programs for the joex component. This
applies to the
deb files. The files can be downloaded
from the release page.
- via the nix package manager and/or as a NixOS
module. If you use nix/nixos, you
know what to do. The linked page contains some examples.
- Unraid: While not official, there are
user provided notes and unraid
which can get you started. Thanks for providing these!
Every component (restserver, joex,
consumedir) can run on different machines and multiple times. Most of
the time running all on one machine is sufficient and also for
simplicity, the docker-compose setup reflects this variant.