Our fork of searx
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# -*- coding: utf-8; mode: sh -*-
# SPDX-License-Identifier: AGPL-3.0-or-later
# shellcheck shell=bash disable=SC2034
#
# This environment is used by ./utils scripts like filtron.sh or searx.sh. The
# default values are *most flexible* and *best maintained*, you normally not
# need to change the defaults (except PUBLIC_URL).
#
# Before you change any value here you have to uninstall any previous
# installation. Further is it recommended to backup your changes simply by
# adding them to you local brand (git branch)::
#
# git add .config
# The public URL of the searx instance: PUBLIC_URL="https://mydomain.xy/searx"
# The default is taken from ./utils/brand.env.
PUBLIC_URL="${SEARX_URL}"
if [[ ${PUBLIC_URL} == "https://searx.me" ]]; then
# hint: Linux containers do not have DNS entries, lets use IPs
PUBLIC_URL="http://$(primary_ip)/searx"
fi
# searx.sh
# ---------
# SEARX_INTERNAL_URL="127.0.0.1:8888"
# Only change, if you maintain a searx brand in your searx fork.
# GIT_BRANCH="${GIT_BRANCH:-master}"
# filtron.sh
# ----------
# FILTRON_API="127.0.0.1:4005"
# FILTRON_LISTEN="127.0.0.1:4004"
# FILTRON_TARGET="127.0.0.1:8888"
# morty.sh
# --------
# morty listen address
# MORTY_LISTEN="127.0.0.1:3000"
# PUBLIC_URL_PATH_MORTY="/morty/"
# system services
# ---------------
# Common $HOME folder of the service accounts
# SERVICE_HOME_BASE="/usr/local"
# **experimental**: Set SERVICE_USER to run all services by one account, but be
# aware that removing discrete components might conflict!
# SERVICE_USER=searx