I am stuck on this for quite a while now i have tried searching and trying stuff but i am getting nowhere. My setup is as follows: Host linux Distro: Archlinux kernel version: 5.14.2 docker version: 20.10.8, build 3967b7d28e nvidia driver version: 470.63.01-1 nvidia container toolkit version: 1.5.0-2 , cgroups disabled. Container base image: ubuntu:18.04 ..
I have a python code that passes all the test on my local machine. The code uses tkinter and provides a GUI. However, none of the test functions actually open the GUI. (They call tk.Tk() though). I created a docker container locally and could use X11 forwarding to pass the tests on the "local" container ..
I am trying to emulate what x11docker does without using x11docker, and there are helpful samples to do that for Wayland and X. I had this sample working in Ubuntu 18.04: Dockerfile FROM ubuntu:18.04 RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y chromium-browser CMD ["/usr/bin/chromium-browser", "–no-sandbox", "–start-fullscreen", "https://duckduckgo.com"] docker-compose.x11.yml version: "3" services: app: build: context: . ..
I am currently investigating the possibilities of running a Desktop Environment(XFCE4) in a Docker container. The purpose would be creation of an isolated development environment for VHDL which would be easy to install and setup by students. I base my XFCE4 image on the X11docker dockerfiles and so far it works in a single window ..
I have two Java Swing/awt applications on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with JDK 1.8. Each is running in a kubernetes pod, namely A and B. Both are on the same cluster (same host). I want to display GUIs of both applications onto pod A only. It works as expected. But sometimes, it runs into the error ..
I’m trying to share the TurboVNC X Session run in a docker container with the host such that I can run apps in other containers and send their display to the TurboVNC Session. I’m able to successfully run TurboVNC in a docker container and run HW accelerated apps with VirtualGL. However, I can only run ..
Trying to launch firefox from the docker container with X window forwarding. It crashes every time. Firefox version container – Mozilla Firefox 60.8.0 Host os firefox version – Mozilla Firefox 78.4.0esr OS – Suse linux (SLES 15 SP2) When I start the container with option –ipc= host it works fine. I am able to open ..
I would like to start a docker container which opens a graphical application (like gedit) using the host’s X server. My entire home directory lies on an NFS share with root_squash, so root does not have access to my home (not even read permission). I create my container and in order to allow access to ..
I tried customising noVNC html to better scale the workspace to hide grey area(toolbar) of fluxbox, I was successful in that as you can see in below image. and default screen is smaller than this this is my dockerfile for customized version of noVNC- image name in docker hub repo -> ddddv1/nonvcj FROM alpine:edge RUN ..
I’m trying to run Firefox in a Debian docker image but can’t connect to the X11 server. I’m using the method described here, but changed the base image to the latest Debian. I also changed the user creation method. Dockerfile FROM debian:latest RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y firefox-esr RUN useradd –shell /bin/bash –create-home ..