Tag: wallabag

Upgrading Wallabag (again!)

So, I upgraded my server to the latest Ubuntu release and Wallabag broke. I remember I had a tough time upgrading Wallabag. So this time, I decided to run it as a Docker container to avoid issues.

Unfortunately, this also had a few challenges!

Most of the stuff on my server run using flat files or SQLite databases, so I referred to the official Wallabag docs for running it on Docker. It gave the docker run command, but I wanted it as a docker-compose.yml file instead.

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Upgrading Wallabag from 2.3 to 2.4

I had upgraded PHP from 7.2 to 7.3 on my server and suddenly Wallabag stopped working!

I got some weird error like –

PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted

I guessed it had something to do with the PHP upgrade. So, I decided to upgrade Wallabag as well.

That’s when the problems started!

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setting up Wallabag with SQLite on Ubuntu

After I got Shaarli setup, I realized that a lot of bookmarks I had imported had broken links and I had no idea what those links were and what they contained.

This caused me a bit of grief, until I came across this software called Wallabag.

Wallabag promised to save pages to my server after cleaning up scripts and unnecessary junk from the html pages.

And the best part was I could choose from Shaarli which pages to save for posterity in Wallabag!

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