I have a .NET 6 Console project that includes 2 binaries as linked files: <ItemGroup> <None Include="..HFMathbinHFMath.dll" Link="HFMath.dll"> <CopyToOutputDirectory>PreserveNewest</CopyToOutputDirectory> </None> <None Include="..HFMathbinlibHFMath.so" Link="libHFMath.so"> <CopyToOutputDirectory>PreserveNewest</CopyToOutputDirectory> </None> </ItemGroup> I need to deploy it as a docker container. The Dockerfile scaffolded by Visual Studio is FROM mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/runtime:6.0 AS base WORKDIR /app FROM mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/sdk:6.0 AS build WORKDIR /src COPY ..
When I do sudo docker build -t test -f 7.1/Dockerfile . docker fails on step 8/10: Step 8/10 : ADD etc/php /usr/local/etc/php ADD failed: file not found in build context or excluded by .dockerignore: stat etc/php: file does not exist I don’t understand. etc/php is symlinked to another directory. Shouldn’t that work? If I do ..
The Docker command is not working after restarting (using sudo reboot) the Ubuntu (20.04) server. Now, for any command with docker, it gives me an error. For example, $ docker –help cannot update snap namespace: cannot create symlink in "/etc/docker": existing file in the way snap-update-ns failed with code 1 When I manually check, there ..
I try to mount an ext4 partition on an ubuntu 18:04 from a docker container from Windows host. my .ext4 file is using XSym: XSym 0057 560ff92c2028bf32672f208922146edf core-image-apd-minimal-qemux86-20210512072914.rootfs.ext4 the command I’m using: mount -t ext4 -o loop /home/R20-11-1/core-image-apd-minimal-qemux86.ext4 /home/target-sysroot/ the error I get: mount: /home/target-sysroot: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop2, missing ..
I am using the default laravel folder structure and the filesystem public: ‘public’ => [ ‘driver’ => ‘local’, ‘root’ => storage_path(‘app/public’), ‘url’ => env(‘APP_URL’) . ‘/storage’, ‘visibility’ => ‘public’, ], Everything runs on docker and the complete laravel folder is mounted into /var/www/html: volumes: – "./:/var/www/html" When I run php artisan storage:link and then cd ..
From this trial, it looks like Docker’s COPY command doesn’t preserve symlinks — rather, it "follows" symlinks and copies the target file(?): $ ls -l total 4 lrwxrwxrwx 1 user domain users 1 Mar 26 09:37 a -> b -rw-r–r– 1 user domain users 0 Mar 26 09:37 b lrwxrwxrwx 1 user domain users 1 ..
I’ve built a setup to run bazel inside of a docker container. We have multiple people working on the project that are all on different OSes (linux, windows, macos). We also publish to Google Cloud Run, and building all from within docker makes those custom rules much simpler without dealing with different platforms. I use ..
I have created a symbolic link to a file on a host machine. Then I have mounted a directory which contains the file and the link to a docker container. I expect the link inside the container to point to the file inside the container. However it points to the file on host, so it ..
I am creating a symbolic link in mounted volume of a host machine inside a docker. But I am unable to access it in host machine. Is it possible to do it. If yes how can I do that. I used the following command to mount directory docker run -it –rm –net host -v $(pwd):/workspace ..
I wonder if anyone knows why this is happening? When I create a symbolic link inside a docker container (the container shell, not a dockerfile) like this… ln -s "/foo/bar/dir.pack" /path The resulting link is an "archive" (red) according to ls and I cant cd into it. The links I am trying to make are ..