I have Ubuntu running under WSL2 on Windows. Inside Ubuntu I have cloned my repository, which is set up to run docker. When I run docker-compose up inside the project, it successfully starts, and I can open the container from VS code on Windows. The issue arises when I try to use any git feature ..
I’m using Keycloak on docker and I have to change some files to build a custom theme in docker’s image for Keycloak, but I can’t find these files on my Windows system. How can I find and change docker images files on Windows? Source: Docker..
Itenter image description here is asking for authentication, but My authentication keys are set to False Screen shot of docker runing, while airflow asks for authentication Source: Docker..
I’m having this error, "property appPort is not allowed?" Can someone help me? ERROR: Encountered errors while bringing up the project. docker-compose.yml: ***version: "3.7" services: mariadb: image: mariadb:10.3 environment: – MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=123 – MYSQL_USER=root volumes: – ../installation/frappe-mariadb.cnf:/etc/mysql/conf.d/frappe.cnf – mariadb-vol:/var/lib/mysql # Enable PostgreSQL only if you use it, see development/README.md for more information. # postgresql: # image: ..
I am trying to use the "remote container"-functionality of VS Code, but parts of the build-script needs to run as a windows-process. So the setup gets kind of complicated: windows 10 -> WSL2 -> docker -> VS Code (server) -> bash -> powershell Without docker, this works great (windows running WSL2 starting a windows-executable), through ..
I’m using VS Code’s "Dev Container: Python3 & PostgreSQL" containers to do some development and, as support is built in, using git for version control. Problem is, I want to push code to a remote repo but git, which I believe is running in the container (that’s just how VS Code has set it up), ..
Up until recently, I had no issues with my using Remote Containers with an Ubuntu image (via a Dockerfile and docker-compose since I also need to run a mongodb container). Admittedly, I have not ran my remote container for over a month. I attempted to run my remote container on the latest version of VS ..
I am trying to run eShopOnContainers https://github.com/dotnet-architecture/eShopOnContainers and I am having a hard time trying to run it correctly in ubuntu. I could not find any documentation on how to run this on linux using VS code. The repository says how to run it on Windows and Mac using VS Studio but I am trying ..
I am quite new to Linux and Docker. It is good that Sail manages everything for me! But I would like to allow the debugging in VSCode. I have added in my windows laravel folder /docker/8.0/php.ini [XDebug] xdebug.remote_enable = 1 xdebug.remote_autostart = 1 xdebug.remote_host = host.docker.internal xdebug.remote_port = 9001 I have added this in my ..
Setup: Ubuntu 20.04 distro running inside WSL2 (5.4.72-microsoft-standard-WSL2) VS Code version 1.55.2 installed in Windows Docker version 19.03.8, build afacb8b7f0 installed in WSL2 docker-compose version 1.29.0, build 07737305 installed in WSL2 Remote-Containers Extension for VS Code v0.166.1 installed locally (I could not find an option to explicitly install this inside WSL2, but I am not ..