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# Gitlab CI cache
/.gitlab-ci.d
# mdbook output
public/

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# Docs: Map markdown to html files
- source: /docs/(.+)\.md/
public: '\1.html'

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# Conduit
<!-- ANCHOR: catchphrase -->
### A Matrix homeserver written in Rust
<!-- ANCHOR_END: catchphrase -->
Please visit the [Conduit documentation](https://famedly.gitlab.io/conduit) for more information.
Alternatively you can open [docs/introduction.md](docs/introduction.md) in this repository.
<!-- ANCHOR: body -->
#### What is Matrix?
[Matrix](https://matrix.org) is an open network for secure and decentralized
communication. Users from every Matrix homeserver can chat with users from all
other Matrix servers. You can even use bridges (also called Matrix appservices)
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- E2EE emoji comparison over federation (E2EE chat works)
- Outgoing read receipts, typing, presence over federation (incoming works)
<!-- ANCHOR_END: body -->
#### How can I deploy my own?
- Simple install (this was tested the most): [DEPLOY.md](DEPLOY.md)
- Debian package: [debian/README.md](debian/README.md)
- Nix/NixOS: [nix/README.md](nix/README.md)
- Docker: [docker/README.md](docker/README.md)
If you want to connect an Appservice to Conduit, take a look at [APPSERVICES.md](APPSERVICES.md).
<!-- ANCHOR: footer -->
#### How can I contribute?
1. Look for an issue you would like to work on and make sure no one else is currently working on it.
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- Send an direct message to `@timokoesters:fachschaften.org` on Matrix
- [Open an issue on GitLab](https://gitlab.com/famedly/conduit/-/issues/new)
#### Thanks to
Thanks to FUTO, Famedly, Prototype Fund (DLR and German BMBF) and all individuals for financially supporting this project.
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#### Donate
Liberapay: <https://liberapay.com/timokoesters/>\
Bitcoin: `bc1qnnykf986tw49ur7wx9rpw2tevpsztvar5x8w4n`
- Liberapay: <https://liberapay.com/timokoesters/>
- Bitcoin: `bc1qnnykf986tw49ur7wx9rpw2tevpsztvar5x8w4n`
#### Logo
Lightning Bolt Logo: https://github.com/mozilla/fxemoji/blob/gh-pages/svgs/nature/u26A1-bolt.svg \
Logo License: https://github.com/mozilla/fxemoji/blob/gh-pages/LICENSE.md
- Lightning Bolt Logo: <https://github.com/mozilla/fxemoji/blob/gh-pages/svgs/nature/u26A1-bolt.svg>
- Logo License: <https://github.com/mozilla/fxemoji/blob/gh-pages/LICENSE.md>
<!-- ANCHOR_END: footer -->

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[book]
title = "Conduit"
description = "Conduit is a simple, fast and reliable chat server for the Matrix protocol"
language = "en"
multilingual = false
src = "docs"
[build]
build-dir = "public"
create-missing = true
[output.html]
git-repository-url = "https://gitlab.com/famedly/conduit"
edit-url-template = "https://gitlab.com/famedly/conduit/-/edit/next/{path}"
git-repository-icon = "fa-git-square"
[output.html.search]
limit-results = 15

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------------
Information about downloading, building and deploying the Debian package, see
the "Installing Conduit" section in [DEPLOY.md](../DEPLOY.md).
the "Installing Conduit" section in the Deploying docs.
All following sections until "Setting up the Reverse Proxy" be ignored because
this is handled automatically by the packaging.

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# Summary
- [Introduction](introduction.md)
- [Example configuration](configuration.md)
- [Deployment options](deploying.md)
- [Simple (Recommended)](deploying/simple.md)
- [Debian](deploying/debian.md)
- [Docker](deploying/docker.md)
- [Nix](deploying/nix.md)
- [TURN](turn.md)
- [Appservices](appservices.md)

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# Example configuration
``` toml
{{#include ../conduit-example.toml}}
```

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# Deployment options
There are several ways to deploy a Conduit server.
- [Simple (Recommended)](deploying/simple.md) - This is the recommended way to set up Conduit.
- [Debian](deploying/debian.md) - If you're using a debian-based system, you may find the `deb` package useful.
- [Docker](deploying/docker.md) - We provide multi-arch OCI images for Conduit.
- [Nix](deploying/nix.md) - Nix flake based setup.

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{{#include ../../debian/README.md}}

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or you can use [docker-compose](#docker-compose).
The `-d` flag lets the container run in detached mode. You now need to supply a `conduit.toml` config file, an example can be found [here](../conduit-example.toml).
The `-d` flag lets the container run in detached mode. You now need to supply a `conduit.toml` config file, an example can be found [here](../configuration.md).
You can pass in different env vars to change config values on the fly. You can even configure Conduit completely by using env vars, but for that you need
to pass `-e CONDUIT_CONFIG=""` into your container. For an overview of possible values, please take a look at the `docker-compose.yml` file.
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When picking the traefik-related compose file, rename it so it matches `docker-compose.yml`, and
rename the override file to `docker-compose.override.yml`. Edit the latter with the values you want
for your server.
Additional info about deploying Conduit can be found [here](../DEPLOY.md).
Additional info about deploying Conduit can be found [here](simple.md).
### Build
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1. Copy [`docker-compose.for-traefik.yml`](docker-compose.for-traefik.yml) (or
[`docker-compose.with-traefik.yml`](docker-compose.with-traefik.yml)) and [`docker-compose.override.yml`](docker-compose.override.yml) from the repository and remove `.for-traefik` (or `.with-traefik`) from the filename.
2. Open both files and modify/adjust them to your needs. Meaning, change the `CONDUIT_SERVER_NAME` and the volume host mappings according to your needs.
3. Create the `conduit.toml` config file, an example can be found [here](../conduit-example.toml), or set `CONDUIT_CONFIG=""` and configure Conduit per env vars.
3. Create the `conduit.toml` config file, an example can be found [here](../configuration.md), or set `CONDUIT_CONFIG=""` and configure Conduit per env vars.
4. Uncomment the `element-web` service if you want to host your own Element Web Client and create a `element_config.json`.
5. Create the files needed by the `well-known` service.

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# Deploying Conduit
# Simple setup
This is the recommended way to set up Conduit. It is the easiest way to get started and is suitable for most use cases.
> ## Getting help
>
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Now we need to create the Conduit's config file in
`/etc/matrix-conduit/conduit.toml`. Paste in the contents of
[`conduit-example.toml`](./conduit-example.toml) **and take a moment to read it.
[`conduit-example.toml`](../configuration.md) **and take a moment to read it.
You need to change at least the server name.**
You can also choose to use a different database backend, but right now only `rocksdb` and `sqlite` are recommended.
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## Audio/Video calls
For Audio/Video call functionality see the [TURN Guide](TURN.md).
For Audio/Video call functionality see the [TURN Guide](../turn.md).
## Appservices
If you want to set up an appservice, take a look at the [Appservice Guide](APPSERVICES.md).
If you want to set up an appservice, take a look at the [Appservice Guide](../appservices.md).

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# Conduit
{{#include ../README.md:catchphrase}}
{{#include ../README.md:body}}
#### How can I deploy my own?
- [Deployment options](deploying.md)
If you want to connect an Appservice to Conduit, take a look at the [appservices documentation](appservices.md).
{{#include ../README.md:footer}}

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## Apply settings
Restart Conduit.
Restart Conduit.
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