Tiny Tiny RSS is an open source web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.
This tutorial is mostly for newcomers and those that are not so familiar with the Docker. I'm not an expert, but I want to share my installation as a tutorial to help others. Feel free to comment in the discussion section of this resource.
In this tutorial, we are going to use this Docker build for TT-RSS: linuxserver/tt-rss
Before you start with the installation of this image you need to create a database and user for that database with a password. I use PHPMyAdmin and MySQL for this.
Let's begin with the installation.
Launch linuxserver/tt-rss container
- Go to the Registry tab in your Docker and search for
- Click on
linuxserver/tt-rss, click the Download button and choose
- Wait for the image to download
- Go to Image tab and find
linuxserver/tt-rss. Select it and click on button Launch
Continue in the Container creation wizard and choose Advanced settings.
General settings tab
Click on Add Folder button and create a folder structure in your Docker:
Port Settings tab
|< set your port number >
|< your userID >
|< your groupID >
|< your timezone >
http://yourNASip:yourTTRSSLocalPort and continue with the Installation wizard (you'll need database credentials now).
You can access your TT-RSS also from outside by using reverse proxy. (How to set up reverse proxy?)
For Mac/Reeder 4 users:
For TT-RSS to work with Reeder 4 app you'll need to install Fever plugin from here: DigitalDJ/tinytinyrss-fever-plugin
(go to Releases tab and download latest build)
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