In this guide, I will explain all the steps required to install and run OpenBullet 2 on your system. This can be achieved in several ways.
If you don’t want to mess with docker and don’t want to compile your own build, you can use the latest automatically compiled build available on github.
First of all visit this page 562 and download the OpenBullet2.zip file (do not select the source code option). Once you downloaded it, unzip it to a folder of your choice.
Now it’s time to install the asp.net core runtime 545. You can find instructions on how to install it on your system at the link provided.
When you’re done, you can test if it got installed properly by opening a command prompt and typing dotnet --version, which should output a version number like 5.0 or above.
Navigate to the folder where the file OpenBullet2.dll is located (the one you just unzipped) and launch it by using the following command:
If you’re on Windows, you can double click on OpenBullet2.exe instead to achieve the same result.
You should now be able to navigate to http://localhost:5000 on your browser in order to see the OpenBullet 2 setup screen.
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You can download free configs for OpenBullet 2 with .opk extension from our website.
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Create a local folder called UserData where your settings will be stored and run
docker run -p 8069:5000 -v UserData:/app/UserData -it openbullet/openbullet2:latest
and finally navigate to http://localhost:8069 to access your dockerized OB2 instance!
Let’s break down the docker command:
-p 8069:5000 will map your local port 8069 to the container’s port 5000 where OB2 is listening
-v UserData:/app/UserData will map your local UserData directory to the UserData directory inside the container so that even if you switch container in the future you won’t lose your settings
-it will start an interactive shell that lets you see the output of the OB2 webserver for debugging purposes. You can remove this if you don’t care about it.
git clone https://github.com/openbullet/OpenBullet2/
now cd into the folder where OpenBullet2.csproj resides
and compile OB2 using
dotnet build --configuration Release
you can then navigate to the build folder and start OB2 with the usual command