Getting started with Bitwarden
Bitwarden is an open source password management tool that allows you to securely store, share, and sync passwords and other sensitive data. No matter what platform or environment you use, Bitwarden offers an array of official, high quality client applications that can easily connect to your self-hosted Bitwarden server.
Official Website: https://bitwarden.com
Underlying OS: Ubuntu 20.04 Server (64 Bit)
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Minimum System Requirements
1 vCPU Core
2 GB RAM
25 GB of Disk
Recommended System Requirements
2 vCPU Core
4 GB RAM
25 GB of Disk
After you create your Bitwarden server, Bitwarden's dependencies and installation scripts will be preinstalled and ready for you to use.
A hostname (domain or subdomain) where you can create a DNS record pointing to your Server's IP address
A Bitwarden installation ID and key from https://bitwarden.com/host/. You will need to connect to the Server via SSH to complete the setup.
Enter the domain name for your Bitwarden instance (ex. bitwarden.example.com): subdomain.yourdomain.com
Do you want to use Let’s Encrypt to generate a free SSL certificate? (y/n): y
Enter your email address (Let's Encrypt will send you certificate expiration reminders): firstname.lastname@example.org
Enter your installation id (Obtain at https://bitwarden.com/host): Installation ID
Enter your installation key: Installation key
Afterwards, start the Bitwarden service by executing the following command
You should be able to visit your website and create an administrator account
How to Update Bitwarden?
Run the following commands to update Bitwarden
Please refer to this article to configure SMTP on your Bitwarden server : https://bitwarden.com/help/article/hosting-faqs/#smtp-configuration
Important files and documents
Visit Bitwarden official documentation site here: https://bitwarden.com/help/
Updated on: 05/04/2021