I am very new to Docker. I have developed applications in C code which are cross-compiled and run on an embedded Linux device which uses an ARM chip. My toolchain and build process is well defined. A new task of mine is to get these applications into Docker containers to run independently inside a bigger ..
Currently I have a spring application which was made to run on docker for which we have followed this documentation mentioned below: https://spring.io/guides/gs/spring-boot-docker/ This I believe this command docker build -t springio/gs-spring-boot-docker . builds an image for x86 platform only. As I’m using an x86 machine for development, how does one build a docker image ..
I would like to build a simple hello world C program for linux in 32 bit. I tried to do it with docker ( because the OS on my machine is not Linux ) This is the Dockerfile: FROM gcc:4.9 RUN dpkg –add-architecture i386 RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y libc6-dbg libc6-dbg:i386 gcc-multilib libc-dev:i386 ..
Is there a way to work around this error: no matching manifest for linux/386 in the manifest list entries While running: > sudo docker-compose build I know the error means this docker image doesn‘t support i386 architecture. But I have to use a 32-bit machine. Is this error a dead end? Is there anything I ..
I have to integrate CrystalReports 32 bit runtime into a ASP.NET Web Application. From local IIS the Application is running fine, but if I want to deploy it in Docker I get a Runtime Error: Image This is due to the 32 bit Settings. If I switch to 64 bit the website is coming up. ..
Suppose I already have a bunch of x86 docker images. They are currently running on x86 based AWS EKS and ECS. If I want to switch to AWS Graviton(ARM based), do I have to repackage my docker images? And if my base images are not ARM, and they are not made/controlled by me but I ..
I have a .NET Core 3.1.3 Web API project that is built as x86. It has to be x86 because it makes use of an x86 C++ DLL via dllimport. Outside of Docker the application runs as expected. However, it fails immediately as soon as I add Windows Docker support. I believe from SO research ..
I am trying to run a Docker image based on an ARMv7 container on a x86 computer. According to this site, it is possible by running this container first. docker run –rm –privileged hypriot/qemu-register This command works on Mac OS X and on an Ubuntu 19 virtual machine (with a Windows 10 host). However, when ..