Docker compose example of OCIS without traefik?

I’m trying to setup an OCIS server for testing with a locally hosted S3 style object storage. I’m not exposing this to the internet while testing and would like to avoid setting up traefik at the moment. I used the S3 docker compose example but cut out all the traefik stuff. I’ve been able to get OCIS to start up without error in the terminal and when I visit ‘localhost:9200’ in my browser I get a blue stylized background. But, it redirects to what I think is supposed to be a login page and no fields ever appear. If I look at the console output in the browser I see cors errors. It is trying to load a remote resource at “https://localhost/themes/owncloud/theme.json”. Is there an easy way to set this up without all the security or am I better off setting up a domain and just letting traefik do it’s thing?


Linux Mint 21 (ubuntu 22.04). The latest Owncloud docker image as of Feb 19 2023

You can safely remove the traefik section. Make sure that you have the following set

      - 9200:9200
      OCIS_URL: http://localhost
      OCIS_INSECURE: "true"

If you are not running other apps, I recommend using Traefik and use self-signed certificates with it.
I personally use a nginx reverse proxy, but would like to eventually transition to Traefik once I get it working with my other docker containers.