Tag: windows

Docker volume not mounting in the Ubuntu container from Windows host

I’m trying to play with Facebook’s HHVM on my lovely Windows, but since it isn’t supported yet I’m trying Docker. Pretty simple. I have only these two files on the same directory in path /c/apache/htdocs/hello-hhvm Dockerfile FROM ubuntu:wily RUN apt-get -y install software-properties-common RUN apt-key adv –recv-keys –keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 0x5a16e7281be7a449 RUN add-apt-repository “deb http://dl.hhvm.com/ubuntu $(lsb_release […]

Running Docker using ConEmu

This is my ConEmu task setting Task parameters: /dir “C:\Program Files\Docker Toolbox” Commands: “%ProgramFiles%\Git\bin\bash.exe” –login -i -new_console:C:”C:\Program Files\Docker Toolbox\docker-quickstart-terminal.ico” “%ProgramFiles%\Docker Toolbox\start.sh” This is the result, I can see the whale but I cannot use any docker command, I got error: bash: docker.exe: command not found Please help, thanks I’m using Windows 10, Docker Toolbox 1.11.1

Cannot delete files from wwwroot with Dockerfile

I’m trying this on Windows Server Core 2016 TP5. I have this simple Dockerfile: FROM microsoft/iis RUN powershell remove-item c:\inetpub\wwwroot\iisstart.* The microsoft/iis image contains a couple of files (iisstart.htm and iisstart.png) in c:\inetpub\wwwroot. I’m trying to remove those files. Here’s the output from docker build: c:\git\temp\test>docker build -t foo . Sending build context to Docker […]

Docker beta for Windows and Windows Bash: path must be absolute

When I try to run Docker container using windows bash, I’ve got this error: “path must be absolute”, but using Power Shell everything works fine. Is this a bug or I’m doing it wrong??

run rscript on local in a docker image

I have pulled a kaggle/rstats image on my local windows machine. I want to run a local code script.r in the kaggle image. My code script.r is stored in “D:/codes/script.r.” I have installed docker and pulled kaggle/rstats image in “E:/docker.” Can somebody please help with how to run script.r in kaggle docker image. I have […]

Windows container quickstart: Install-ContainerHost.ps1 fails with message “Image NanoServer not found after 5 minutes”

Note: This issue has already been reported on GitHub here without any solution so far. Platform info: Hyper-V enabled Windows 2016 Server TP4 guest on ESX 6.0 with 6GB of RAM and a 80GB hard-disk. I followed the “Deploy a Windows Container Host to a New Hyper-V Virtual Machine” quickstart but the process always fails […]

run r script using docker kaggle image

I am trying to reproduce results of an R script on my local Windows OS (reproduce the results which it gave on kaggle server). For this someone suggested to use docker images to run r script on my local. I have installed docker and finished the steps to set it up by following instructions given […]

Docker on Windows Server 2016 TP4 Downloading git in container through powershell

I have an angular UI and a nodejs api. I am currently running windows server 2016 TP4 in Azure.Here are the steps I go through: I am able to remote in, create images, create containers based off those images, and attach to those containers no problem. I pulled a nodejs image from docker: docker pull […]

Logging output in Docker Quickstart Terminal

I want to log all the outputs in Docker Quickstart Terminal to a file. How can I do this? I’ve tried using ConEmu’s Log console output(*) feature by attaching ConEmu to Docker Quickstart Terminal; but this feature just generates an empty ConEmu-YYYY-MM-DD-pNNNN.log file, which seems to be a bug of ConEmu. Are there any other […]

Jenkins Plugin for Docker Engine on Windows

I’m exploring the use of Docker containers, both the MS solution on Windows Server 2016 and WinDocks on Server 2012. I’m looking for early releases of a Docker Engine for Windows Jenkins plugin, to build out support for automated gitpull, build and test. Any early versions out there?

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