I built a Docker image with apache2 and a little configuration in order to run a local web server on windows. Here is the Dockerfile : FROM php:5.6.15-apache RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \ apt-utils vim git php5-mysql php5-memcache php5-memcached php5-intl \ sendmail aptitude wget RUN apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5 -y -o Dpkg::Options::=”–force-confdef” RUN […]
I’m using docker on Windows and my src directory is mounted as a network share inside the docker container (as opposed to COPY). So /var/app/server inside the docker is actually a network share whose actual location on my host is C:\…project\server. [sidenote, I’m not familiar with how docker works on linux, like does it still […]
Is there a way to run both windows docker container engine and Linux docker container engine on Windows And use the same cli for commands to both? So I can spin up linux and windows containers with the appriopriate engine? For example run docker pull microsoft/windowsnano and docker pull ubuntu?
QUESTION For instance-checking, does docker provide same level of abstraction as a virtual machine? BACKGROUND I have some software that is license-limited to one instance per machine. I know that if I install N virtual machines, I can have N instances of this software running on the same machine. Is the same true of docker? […]
I have trouble with docker. Im trying to create a new instance of rethinkdb on docker. I used the origin command from dockerfile github. $ docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -p 28015:28015 -p 29015:29015 dockerfile/rethinkdb But it returned error about image not found from the repository. Any advice for this issue? Thank everyone OS version: […]
I understand Docker to be a containerization tool, with a limited set of APIs so as to be platform agnostic. I am trying to understand what limitations it places on typical Windows development. For example, does it limit access only to write to a file system (and therefore rules out applications that write to the […]
I have installed Docker 1.12.0-rc4 on my Win10 machine using Hyper-V. I have two containers running a tomcat application and a Metasploit instance both started with the –net=”host” option. From the Metasploit container, I can successfully see the tomcat application running on port :8080 This command downloads the initial page of Tomcat wget 127.0.0.1:8080 However […]
I am working on Windows and I need to use libraries, which are availible only with Linux (TensorFlow,Caffe). I would like to run the software on Docker. I cannot understand the docker mechanism clearly, so I am completly lost, when its up to my problem. What should I do and how should it work?
I’m attempting to set up a docker-machine on AWS from my computer and I want to use the ~/.aws/credentials file to connect and get going. I’m struggling to sort this out though. Can I check the structure of the credentials file. I’m expecting to include the following text: [default] aws_access_key_id = key-pair-name-from-ec2-key-pair-list aws_secret_access_key = <this […]
I use 1.12 version of Docker on Windows, since I can’t use the Hyper-V feature with the newer “native” version – so I have my quickstart terminal and communicate to docker host via the invisible underlying virtual box. Now I have the problem, that I need to mount a local folder to a container, which […]