I’m running the boot2docker VM in windows and need to modify the init scripts within the VM. Currently my only option is VI, and it’s a pain. I’d just like to use nano, but it’s not available. It’s running: docker@boot2docker:/c$ uname -a Linux boot2docker 3.18.5-tinycore64 #1 SMP Sun Feb 1 06:02:30 UTC 2015 x86_64 GNU/Linux […]
Where can I find docker daemon config file on boot2docker machine? According to this topic: Dockerfile: Docker build can't download packages: centos->yum, debian/ubuntu->apt-get behind intranet I want to set ‘–dns’ in DOCKER_OPTS, but I can’t find this config file either at /etc/default or anywhere else.
Since I just updated Docker to 1.1.0 I get: Error response from daemon: client and server don’t have same version (client : 1.13, server: 1.12) Do you know how to fix this? I switched back to 1.0.1 and everything works again.
Under the following IP my Container run successful in my Webbrowser http://192.168.99.100:32775 I have also create a volume to share files between my container and my filesystem docker run –name lampf -d -p 32775:80 -v /Users/sja/Sites/lamkepf2:/var/www/html –link=lampf_db:db codinglimo/apache_php540_gs_imgmck_pdflib9 Now I install also xDebug successful in my container with the following xdebug.ini zend_extension=”/usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20100525/xdebug.so” xdebug.remote_enable=on xdebug.remote_host=127.0.0.1 xdebug.remote_port=9000 […]
I’m on OSX and I’d like to be able to SSH into the host vm in order to: Get access to a native docker environment. This facilitates understanding and debugging port forwarding issues. Vagrant rsync seems to leave a lot of unused synced directories that’s eating up disk space that I’d like to recover. To […]
I have make my code ready on Windows, but I find it’s not easy to share to boot2docker. I also find that boot2docker can’t persistent my changes. For example, I create a folder /temp, after I restart boot2docker, this folder disappears, it’s very inconvenient. What is your way when you have some code on windows, […]
I’m new to Docker, using Boot2Docker on OSX. After booting it, this message is given: To connect the Docker client to the Docker daemon, please set export DOCKER_HOST=tcp://192.168.59.103:2375 Yet even without it, basic Docker commands (eg, docker run hello-world) work fine. The install instructions aren’t very informative: Note: If you see a message in the […]
I have been reading up and learning about Docker, and am trying to correctly choose the Django setup to use. So far there is either: Docker Compose or Dockerfile I understand that Dockerfiles are used in Docker Compose, but I am not sure if it is good practice to put everything in one large Dockerfile […]
I am trying to mount a host directory into the docker container so that any updates done on the host is reflected into the docker containers. I couldn’t succeed after googling and reading the docker volume links. Can somebody point me where I am doing wrong. Here is what I did kishore$ cat Dockerfile FROM […]
If I type the following commands in boot2docker as shown on the docker website: curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.1.0/docker-compose-`uname -s`-`uname -m` > /usr/local/bin/docker-compose chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose When I type the following commands to check if the installation was successful, I get: /usr/local/bin/docker-compose: line 1: syntax error: unexpected newline So, how can I install docker-compose on boot2docker ?