I’ve a simple BATCH script script that perform a SHA256 checksum test. @echo off setlocal enabledelayedexpansion ::Batch script to compare a file SHA256 checksum to a given one. ::Usage: checksum [FILE] [VALUE] set filepath=%1 set checksum=%2 set idx=0 for /f %%F in (‘certutil -hashfile %filepath% SHA256’) do ( set "out!idx!=%%F" set /a idx += 1 ..
I am attempting to use AWS Batch to launch a linux server, which will in essence perform the fetch and go example included within AWS (to download a SH from S3 and run it). Does AWS Batch work at all for anyone? The aws fetch_and_go example always fails, even followed someone elses guide online which ..
I’m setting up a windows container running a windows image with visual studio 2019 build tools. To set up correctly, I need to run the .bat file "vcvarsall.bat" that is inside the container (located in C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Visual Studio19CommunityVCAuxiliaryBuild) whenever we start up the container. This allows me to compile projects using cl and ..
I have a list of docker images that I have downloaded using docker pull name_of_repo. I want to save all these images to individual tar files by writing a batch script. The command to save is docker save –output saved-image.tar my-image:1.0.0 I can view a list of all downloaded docker images using docker images What ..
I have a container that I pretty much need every time when starting my development PC, so I am trying to get it to autostart. I have already written a .bat file that works fine for starting the container once docker is up, and have put that into the autostart folder on windows but… …when ..
I have .netcore console application version of 3.1 when I pass name as a argument it display the name and I published my application to azure container registry ** this is my docker run command** docker run -it demoapplication1234.azurecr.io:477/demoapplication this is how I am passing argument in docker C:app>dotnet DemoApplication.dll please Enter Name test Hello ..
I’m trying to create a script that starts a docker container and mounts a local folder that contains spaces in the name. I can get it to work fine when I run a *.bat file with the docker run command: docker run -p 8081:8081 -v "C:Test Folder With Blanks":/zzz myimage jupyter lab –notebook-dir=/zzz–ip=0.0.0.0 –port=8081 –allow-root ..
I have started a docker image as follows: docker run -v /Users/me/gitRepos/vid_tracker/www/:/mnt/hostdata -id –name openface algebr/openface:latest I can get the code to run if I just go to the command line and execute the below it works fine: ./www/run_R_batch.sh 0.mov However, if I run this this R I get: Browse> command_string  "./www/run_R_batch.sh 0.mov" Browse> ..
I am trying to run docker load in a remote server. here is my code plink.exe -ssh [email protected] -pw mypass -no-antispoof "echo mypass | sudo -S docker load < my-server-code.tar 2> /dev/null" however the image doesnt get loaded however when I run echo mypass | sudo -S docker load < my-server-code.tar from the remote server ..
I can run this command fine in PowerShell: docker exec -it my_container_name mysql -e "source my-query.sql" -uroot -pMyRootPassword The container is running, the sql file is there, and the query runs successfully. But when I copy and paste the exact same command into a .bat batch file and run it (via PowerShell), I get an ..