When I try to run chromium inside a docker container I see the following error: Gtk: cannot open display: :0 Dockerfile: (based on https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/jess/chromium/dockerfile) FROM debian:jessie # Install Chromium RUN sed -i.bak ‘s/jessie main/jessie main contrib non-free/g’ /etc/apt/sources.list && \ apt-get update && apt-get install -y \ chromium \ chromium-l10n \ libcanberra-gtk-module \ libexif-dev \ […]
I’m using the official elasticsearch Docker image instead of setting up my own elastic search instance. And that works great, up to the point when I wanted to extend it. I wanted to install marvel into that ElasticSearch instance to get more information. Now dockerfile/elasticsearch automatically runs ElasticSearch and setting the command to /bin/bash doesn’t […]
Sometimes there is a need to use sensitive data when building a Docker image. For example, an API token or SSH key to download a remote file or to install dependencies from a private repository. It may be desirable to distribute the resulting image and leave out the sensitive credentials that were used to build […]
Is there any way to assign the static public IP to the container. So the container has the public IP. Client can access to container with the IP.
I have been trying to get the container id of docker instance using docker process command, but when i’m trying with filter by name it works fine for me. sudo -S docker ps -q –filter=”name=romantic_rosalind” Results container id : 3c7e865f1dfb But when i filter using image i’m getting all the instance container ids : sudo […]
I’m perfectly happy with the IP range that docker is giving me by default (176.17.x.x), so I don’t need to create a new bridge, I just want to give my containers a static address within that range so I can point client browsers to it directly. I tried using RUN echo “auto eth0” >> /etc/network/interfaces […]
I think this is better: sudo apt-get install docker But why didn’t choose a clearly name?
If you are making a service with a Dockerfile is it preferred for you to build an image with the Dockerfile and push it to the registry — rather than distribute the Dockerfile (and repo) for people to build their images? What use cases favour Dockerfile+repo distribution, and what use case favour Registry distribution?
I’ve installed docker following installation tutorial on docker.com, using wget https://get.docker.com/ | sh command. Now i need to remove it entirely. apt-get remove docker, apt-get –auto-remove docker, apt-get remove docker.io, apt-get –auto-remove docker.io or any other combination doesn’t work, since I didn’t install it using apt-get. Is there any way to remove docker faster than […]
I’m searching for a way to use the GPU from inside a docker container. The container will execute arbitrary code so i don’t want to use the privileged mode. Any tips? From previous research i understood that run -v and/or LXC cgroup was the way to go but i’m not sure how to pull that […]