I have created a custom jenkins containerized img and it is working fine but now trying to understand if it possible to install and start docker through dockerfile Source: Docker..
I have this in my dockerfile which uses a (.gitignored!) ssh key to authenticate with gitlab in order to pull down a repo. RUN apt-get install -y git RUN mkdir /root/.ssh/ ADD id_rsa /root/.ssh/id_rsa RUN touch /root/.ssh/known_hosts RUN ssh-keyscan gitlab.com >> /root/.ssh/known_hosts RUN git clone [email protected]:gb-devops/dominion.git CMD sleep 1000 If i run this i get ..
I have a dockerfile for jenkins created with all the neccessary tools being part of the image, I can build the img and run the container too , even web jenkins is accessible. There are few configurations which are supposed to be made inside the container like "oci setup config" — this will take us ..
I’m having a lot of difficulty getting docker to work on osx. I have the following Dockerfile: FROM node:10.17.0-alpine AS staging CMD ["mkdir","/srv/app"] WORKDIR /srv/app COPY . . RUN ["npm","install"] FROM node:10.17.0-alpine AS builder RUN ["mkdir", "/srv/app" ] COPY –from=staging /srv/app/ /srv/app/ WORKDIR /srv/app WORKDIR /srv/app RUN ["npm","run-script","build-staging"] FROM nginx:alpine COPY –from=builder /srv/app/www/ /usr/share/nginx/html/ COPY ..
Im trying to set up a VM on Google Cloud. The endgoal is to run Alphafold 2. I need docker to create an image from the alphafold2 git page. I’ve set up a VM with a 100 gb boot disk. I try to install docker using the suggested method here: https://docs.docker.com/engine/install/debian/ [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get install ..
ERROR: no such service: tmc_wrs_docker_xserver_1 https://github.com/hsr-project/tmc_wrs_docker This was the error received when following the steps precisely on the README.md I ran the exact same commands on my project partner’s PC and it just worked straight away. I am able to launch the container for the simulator and xserver but not for the workspace. This is ..
Objective: Git repo of example.com [Gitea Docker container] git-checkouts files to /docker/gitea/example.com, then moves files into locally-hosted website [nginx Docker container] /docker/www/example.com. My setup: Files are pushed to Gitea repo example.com Gitea instance with post-receive & git-checkout outputs to /docker/gitea/example.com directory (!) Post-receive then executes movefiles.sh to move website data from /docker/gitea/example.com to /docker/www/example.com This ..
I can’t create a pipeline between my Bitbucket repo to Docker Hub repo that I have created in private mode. Its a NodeJS application. I configured the bitbucket-pipeline.ymlfile with following: options: docker: true image: node:14.17.0 pipelines: branches: master: – step: name: build and push docker image deployment: production script: – yarn install – yarn build ..
I’m trying to make a script that will build a bunch of docker images and push them to a private repository. From the documentation, the docker build command seems to accept git urls: very nice indeed. All the repos are private and everyone in the company have ssh keys setup to access the git repos ..
Is there a proper way to initialize a git-Repository and included sub-repositories inside a docker? As I have spent several hours on this and couldn’t find a solution I switched back to the setup by shell-scripts outside the docker. The idea was to have a docker that takes care of downloading the repositories including the ..