I want to explore Docker development targeting Windows containers. I understand Microsoft has put out the Tech Preview for Server 2016, but am wondering if there are other options for Docker containers running on Windows?
I am trying to add docker commands on TeamCity build steps using the normal command line option. I have Windows environment so I have to use boot2docker. I can execute the command like: “C:\Program Files\Boot2Docker for Windows\boot2docker.exe” ssh docker images on Windows command line. It will return a list of my docker images. However, I’m […]
I had a Docker Image including a KVM and a windows.img of qcow2 format. And launched a container based on the Image, then I could connect to the windows by remote desktop connection. Theoretically, running a container doesn’t take any storage, only when writing to windows can add storage in this case. But curiously, I […]
I’m looking for an easy way to map the current directory when you start a docker container on Windows. I know that you have to use the version, but you have to create it manually. Normally you use the full “cygwin-ified” version to the current directory: docker run -v /c/Users/username/currentdirectory:/currentDir imageName The problem is that […]
I’ve just installed boot2docker on Windows 8.1 Trying to run : docker run ubuntu /bin/echo ‘hello world’ Download ubuntu image takes a very long time. I have 9 mbps download speed but after waiting for 10 mins, still it downloaded only following : 4.324 MB/ 65.77 MB 1.621 MB/ 65.77 MB 1.080 MB/ 65.77 MB […]
I can’t make Docker run the Hello-world or any of server-connection things, as you can see it gives me the client version but at the time of giving me the server version it just can’t connect… I have boot2docker 1.7.0 and running on Windows 7.
Well using Kitematic on Windows and starting the container hello-world-nginx. I’m totally able to edit the file on Windows and see the modifications at the browser. But when I create some image and try to edit the file (html), nothing happens. Here’s the command: docker build -t a-example . && docker run –name a-example -i […]
I am beginning to move my project to a docker container in order to be able to develop more stuff without depending too much on the OS I’m using. This is the way I run my container: docker run -d -v “$(pwd)/app:/app” -v “/c/Users/Geoffrey/Projects/go:/go” –name “server” –link mysql:mysql -p 127.0.0.1:3000:3000 my/server:latest Quickly, my program executes […]
I want to run Theano via Docker image on my PC with Windows installed. The Docker image contains Ubuntu system, CUDA drivers and Theano (https://hub.docker.com/r/kaixhin/cuda-theano/) but in order to use GPU in my algorithm I need to attach Nvidia devices to the image: docker run -it –device /dev/nvidiactl –device /dev/nvidia-uvm –device /dev/nvidia0 kaixhin/cuda-theano Is there […]
I am trying to build several components in docker who have indirect or direct dependencies after which I have to perform testing.I am using windows as my OS and have installed docker in that. What is the overhead of using docker on windows, since I still have to download virtualbox.