Plume is available on the Snap Store. The snap package is isolated from your host and will automatically update, running any necessary migration tasks.
If you already have
snapd installed, you can install Plume with
sudo snap install --edge plume.
More information, including instructions for installing
snapd on your distro, can be found
on Plume’s entry on the Snap Store.
Configuring the Plume snap
The Plume snap uses the native snap configuration interfaces to handle setup.
The minimal set up is
sudo snap set plume db.type=sqlite base-url=example.com
sudo snap set plume enabled=true.
This sets the base snap configuration; now you must configure your instance:
sudo plume.plm search init sudo plume.plm instance new -d 'domain.name' -n 'instance name' -l 'default licence' sudo plume.plm users new -n 'admin' -N 'name' -b 'bio' -e 'firstname.lastname@example.org' -p 'pass' --admin
And that’s it! You can now setup a reverse-proxy to access Plume from other machines than your server (which is probably what you want 😁).
Configure a reverse-proxy