Problem Statement I have followed the steps mentioned here and in this post to try to access webcam from docker container. As soon as the streamer command is run from inside docker container to test camera, the VM on the virtualbox gets aborted and I see the below error after the streamer command – [email protected]:/# ..
How to perform Hyper V integration instead of docker? How does the docker machine (boot2docker) work? and what is the difference between docker toolbox and boot2docker on windows 7? Thank you, Chema Source: Sta..
It may be a beginner question. In my application I am using docker-machine to create a virtual docker environment using virtual-box as driver and boot2docker as iso. I am running a headless virtual-box for my application but if i go to virtual-box GUI , my machine is visible there and is accessible by double click ..
We’ve been using zookeeper as part of our Kafka deployment and for other usages as well (via docker-compose). Occassionally the docker image would stop to function, to the point where docker stop zookeeper would not return (zk would keep running). Also docker kill -s SIGTERM would not kill it. when that happens, attempts to run ..
I am learning kafka with Confluent Platform. I have followed their quick start guide with docker. But when i was try to generate mock data for the topic i could not find connectors as in their guide. Then i spend days to try add connectors with confluent hub client. I have downloaded the tar.gz file ..
I tried this on my Windows 10 machine: Dockerfile: From microsoft/nanoserver CMD [“echo”, “Hello World”] PS C:FSDDockerTrial1> docker build -t lea/leatest . Sending build context to Docker daemon 2.048kB Step 1/2 : FROM microsoft/nanoserver latest: Pulling from microsoft/nanoserver bce2fbc256ea: Pulling fs layer 58f68fa0ceda: Pulling fs layer image operating system “windows” cannot be used on this ..
I have been reading up and learning about Docker, and am trying to correctly choose the Django setup to use. So far there is either: Docker Compose or Dockerfile I understand that Dockerfiles are used in Docker Compose, but I am not sure if it is good practice to put everything in one large Dockerfile ..
I want to create Dockerfile that will be able to build three different images (one at the moment). Those images differs only in configuration files. I was trying: creating three different docker files (doesn’t work because dockerfile needs to be named Dockerfile and be in context root finding a way of passing parameters to docker ..