docker-compose.ymlfile and find the "
guacamole"section. Here, add the Postgres parameters shown below.
/etc/guacamole/guacamole.properties, must now be modified to specify the credentials of the PostgreSQL user and to point the PostgreSQL database:
guacamole.propertiesfile provided with Keeper Connection Manager is organized into sections documented with blocks of comments and example properties. The first section which must be modified is marked “JDBC-1” and defines the TCP connection information for the database in use. Uncomment the postgresql-hostname and postgresql-port properties, modifying their values to point to your PostgreSQL server:
guacamole.propertiesduring the startup process.
http://HOSTNAME:8080/guacamole/, where “HOSTNAME” is the hostname or IP address of your server). If all is working correctly, you should see a login screen with a username/password prompt, and you will be able to log in using the default account created with the