Getting Started
Custom Environment Variables

Custom environment variables

When running CLI commands, you can override any environment variable by providing a custom .env file. It can be useful on certain complex setups.

To do so, create a file named .env.local in your server. You can then use the --env-file option when running CLI commands. The path can be relative to the runtipi-cli or absolute.

sudo ./runtipi-cli start --env-file ./.env.local
sudo ./runtipi-cli start --env-file /home/pi/.env.local

See Environment variables for a list of all environment variables used by runtipi.