eBay Tool

eBay Tool

Das eBay Tool ist ein simpler Produkt-Styler für eBay Auktionen

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eBay-Tool Container

eBay-Tool is a simple product styler for product descriptions on ebay.



  • A running MySQL server
  • A running mail server


Getting started


This application is able to be deployed with the help of docker. The next sections will help you building a shipable image of the app.

Quick Start

# Run the container
$ docker run -d \
    -p 10080:80 \
    -e 'DB_USER=root' \
    -e 'DB_PASS=' \
    -e 'DB_HOST=' \
    -e 'DB_PORT=3306' \
    -e 'DB_NAME=ebay_tool' \
    -e 'APP_SALT=xxx' \

Available Configuration Parameters


  • APP_SERVERNAME: Application uri. Defaults to http://ebay-tool.hermann-mayer.net.
  • APP_SALT: Application salt.
  • APP_RECAPTCHA_PUBKEY: ReCaptcha public key.
  • APP_RECAPTCHA_PRIVKEY: ReCaptcha private key.


  • DB_HOST: Hostname/IP address of the MySQL server
  • DB_PORT: Port of the MySQL server. Defaults to 3306.
  • DB_NAME: Name of the database. Defaults to ebay_tool.
  • DB_USER: Username for auth. Defaults to root.
  • DB_PASS: Password for auth. Defaults to ~.


  • SMTP_HOST: SMTP mail server hostname. Defaults to mail.lan.
  • SMTP_PORT: SMTP mail server port. Defaults to 25.
  • SMTP_SENDER_ADDRESS: Sender address of any mail. Defaults to ebay-tool.hermann-mayer.net.

Data volumes

Its important to mount a data volume on /var/www/html/public/extern/images. This is the path to all uploaded images. If you don't setup a volume on this path you will probably loose your uploaded images on a container restart.

Here is simple example:

# Run the container
$ docker run -d \
    -p 10080:80 \
    -e 'ALL_YOUR_SETTINGS=xxx' \
    -v '/your/host/path:/var/www/html/public/extern/images'


# Build the container
$ make build-image

# Start the builded container (quickstart)
$ make start-image

# Stop the container
$ make stop-image

# Purge the build - so you could start over with
# another build
$ make clean-image

# See logs for the running container
$ make image-logs

# Start a bash session on the builded container for debugging.
# This command need **clean** or **stop** like the normal **start**.
$ make start-bash-image