I’m tryng to display the GUI of sikulix using a docker container. Below you can see my Dockerfile : FROM ubuntu:20.04 ENV HOME /home/developer ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND noninteractive ENV LC_ALL C.UTF-8 ENV LANG C.UTF-8 ENV VIRTUAL_ENV=/protected-env ENV PATH "/home/developer:/protected-env/bin:/bin:/bin/2.82/python/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games:/snap/bin" RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y curl apt-utils wget libopenexr-dev bzip2 build-essential zlib1g-dev libxmu-dev libxi-dev libxxf86vm-dev ..
Hello I am getting permission denied on docker containers when creating Kubernetes from a private repo using Kubeadm. Basically Kubeadm successfully pulls all 7 Kubernetes containers, but 4 of which fail to start because they can not write to the .conf files in the /etc/kubernetes directory (permission denied). error loading config file "/etc/kubernetes/controller-manager.conf": open /etc/kubernetes/controller-manager.conf: ..
Dockerfile: FROM ubuntu:latest RUN apt install -y bash CMD  build and run: docker build -t test . docker run -it test bash minimal reproduction: [email protected]:/# mkdir parent [email protected]:/# cd parent [email protected]:/parent# mkdir example [email protected]:/parent# chmod 000 example [email protected]:/parent# ls -la total 12 drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Apr 28 19:33 . drwxr-xr-x 1 root ..
I’ve ran into quite weird issue while setting up environment on client’s server. The goal Run all containers as certain non-root user, such that user ID is consistent between containers and volumes in host file system don’t translate to some random user due to UID used inside. The issue Only happens with Postgres 9.6 image ..
I just started working with docker today and am blocked on a permissions issue. I don’t know what I should be entering to switch the permission. I am assuming it’s a chown thing. There are other questions on stack overflow but they did not help me as they were either not Docker specific or did ..
I’d like to know the security implications of changing the ownership of files, and starting process by, a UID that has no mapping to a current user on the system. Let’s say there’s a file /foobar, and we’ve changed it’s UID:GID to 1010:1010 — where those IDs are not currently mapped to any existing user ..
I have a docker image being built from a teamcity (TC) job. The Dockerfile is shown below. Essentially it cannot run as root, so a new user is created as projects. The code base is in /home/projects and the build output get created under /home/projects/build and the user is projects creating the build output. The ..
I’m trying to run the exec() function in PHP, but I’m getting a ‘Permission denied’ output. PHP is installed as a Docker container. I’m getting this on Raspberry PI as well as on my Macbook. For a test, I installed LAMP without Docker, and it works fine, but on Docker it doesn’t. For example, when ..
I am running a docker container on a cluster where I try to run an open source code : https://github.com/xinntao/BasicSR. However I encounter the following error: As I can see it’s the package wandb that creates the error when initialized. Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/GAN/BasicSR-master/basicsr/train.py", line 251, in <module> main() File "/home/GAN/BasicSR-master/basicsr/train.py", line ..
I am getting unexpected behavior when testing for read permissions on files using the bash builtin test in a ubuntu:21.04 docker image. When running test-r on files for which the user has read permission, the exit value is 1. The file is world readable. As far as I can tell, this happens with all files, ..