Bitwarden#

Bitwarden is an open source password manager. VivumLab utilizes an Open Source clone of the Bitwarden API server, bitwarden_rs. This is primarily due to performance and complexity reasons. bitwarden_rs requires just one Docker container, whereas the official Bitwarden install requires something like six different containers.

amd64
arm64
armv7

Information#

Docker Image: bitwardenrs/server
Current Image Version: latest

SETUP#

Security Note#

Password managers like Bitwarden should only be used over HTTPS. Ensure you have valid certificates in place before beginning to use this service. You have been warned. :)

SETUP#

Enabling and customizing bitwarden#

Command:#

vlab service setup -s bitwarden

File alteration (not recommended):#
  • edit config via cli vlab config edit_raw --dev
  • set the appropriate service settings in settings/decrypted.yml to true, after running vlab config decrypt --dev

eg.

bitwarden
enable: latest
hsts: True
auth: False
domain: False
subdomain: bitwarden
version: latest

Finalising changes:#

run: vlab update -s bitwarden

FIRST RUN#

!!! DEVELOPERS: make sure that you include any information that the user requires to get started, below. !!!
!!! Below are some examples with headings, and with some example instructions !!!

ADMINISTRATOR SETUP#

Navigate to https://False/admin

Create an account with your desired username; as this is the first user, bitwarden makes this account the administrator.

ACCESS#

Bitwarden (HTTPS) link: https://bitwarden.vivumlab.xyz/ Bitwarden (HTTP) link: http://bitwarden.vivumlab.xyz/

Need more help?#

Further information regarding services can be found.
General Information can be found in the documentation.
Additional assistance can be found on our Contact Us page.