a mkosi build for Ubiquity Controller
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README.md

ubnt-box

This is an image/container build for ubiquity UniFi controller

build

This uses mkosi which is packaged for some distros, or easy-enough to install from source.

git clone git://github.com/vbatts/ubnt-box
cd ./ubnt-box
sudo mkosi

Usage

systemd-nspawn -bni $(pwd)/image.raw -M ubnt-box

This boots the container up, but gives you a login prompt with no root passwd set. The container is on private network with a veth to the host. This expects systemd-networkd.service on the host to be configured and running. Also, this may conflict with the firewalld.service, so disable that or tamper at your own will.

To get a shell inside this container, do:

machinectl shell ubnt-box
Connected to machine ubnt-box. Press ^] three times within 1s to exit session.
sh-4.4# curl ifconfig.co/json
{"ip":"91.223.82.156","ip_decimal":1541362332,"country":"Netherlands","city":"Unknown","hostname":"hosted-by.iws.co"}sh-4.4#

From here you can run passwd if you’d like, to set a password for root.

Start on boot

The resulting image.raw and image.nspawn files can be installed and enabled like services on a host.

sudo mv ./image.raw /var/lib/machines/ubnt-box.raw
sudo mkdir -p /etc/systemd/nspawn
sudo mv ./image.nspawn /etc/systemd/nspawn/ubnt-box.raw.nspawn
sudo sudo systemctl start systemd-nspawn@ubnt-box.raw
sudo sudo systemctl status systemd-nspawn@ubnt-box.raw

Likewise you can enable it to start on-boot with:

sudo sudo systemctl enable systemd-nspawn@ubnt-box.raw

(this requires systemd-machined so systemctl enable --now machines.target on the host.)