ntfy lets you send push notifications to your phone or desktop via scripts from any computer, using simple HTTP PUT or POST requests. I use it to notify myself when scripts fail, or long-running commands complete.
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Custom configuration can be set in
/app/data/config/server.yml using the File manager.
To access the ntfy CLI, simply open a Web terminal and run
root@89c61cad-e48d-4fce-bcc2-b82b3b1b8a69:/app/code# ntfy NAME: ntfy - Simple pub-sub notification service USAGE: ntfy [OPTION..] COMMANDS: ...
CLI configuration can be adjusted in
ntfy's access control mechanism can be used to configure authentication and authorization.
By default, Cloudron configures ntfy as a private instance.
auth-default-access is set to
The web interface is open to all and can be used to send/receive notifications from one or more ntfy servers. Keeping the UI unprotected is harmless as it's purely a frontend application and one cannot send and receive notifications without authentication.
To change the password of a user, use the Web terminal:
# ntfy user change-pass admin changed password for user admin