I’m trying to compile Docker-Machine binaries with this setup: Installed Go with sudo apt install golang-go which installed Go v1.15 on my system: [email protected]:~$ which go /usr/bin/go from the web I’ve gathered that I need empty directory for modules to download. I’ve created it ~/.go env variables look like this: GOROOT=” GOPATH=$HOME/.go Strange part comes ..
I’m building Docker-Machine from source and I’m getting the below error on sudo make VERBOSE=1: mk/build.mk:28: recipe for target ‘build-x’ failed make: *** [build-x] Error 1 build.mk: extension = $(patsubst windows,.exe,$(filter windows,$(1))) # Valid target combinations VALID_OS_ARCH := "[darwin/amd64][linux/amd64][linux/arm][linux/arm64][openbsd/amd64][windows/amd64][windows/386]" os.darwin := Darwin os.linux := Linux os.openbsd := OpenBSD os.windows := Windows arch.amd64 := x86_64 arch.arm ..
I’m building particular version of Docker-Machine from source (I can’t just pull it from official repo and let it install for me) and when I’m running: sudo make I get: [email protected]:~/docker-machine$ sudo make rm -Rf /home/utcloud/docker-machine/bin/* [email protected]:~/docker-machine$ it’s trying to delete bin directory that wasn’t even there to begin with so I created a dummy ..
I’m getting status code 500 on my Dockerized Flask server. I bashed into the container to check the logs: docker exec -ti container_name /bin/bash in /var/log I found: [email protected]:/var/log# ls -al total 224 drwxr-xr-x 1 root root 4096 Oct 13 21:02 . drwxr-xr-x 1 root root 4096 Oct 12 07:00 .. -rw-r–r– 1 root root ..
I’m trying to download and install Cypress within GitLab CI runner and getting this error output: The cypress npm package is installed, but the Cypress binary is missing. We expected the binary to be installed here: /root/.cache/Cypress/4.8.0/Cypress/Cypress Reasons it may be missing: – You’re caching ‘node_modules’ but are not caching this path: /root/.cache/Cypress – You ..