My docker file FROM mcr.microsoft.com/playwright:focal as influencer-scraper USER root # Install tools as telnet RUN apt-get update && apt-get install telnet -y # RUN apk add chromium RUN groupadd –gid 888 node && useradd –uid 888 –gid node –shell /bin/bash –create-home node USER node WORKDIR /home/node # Copy package.json and Yarn install (separate for cache) ..
I’ve been trying to run docker-compose up inside a project. The issue is everytime I run this command, it crashes with the following message: Everytime the message is different saying a different registry gave a malformed response. I’m running this on docker quickstart terminal inside Windows 10 Education. Here is the proof that everytime the ..
I have a Next.js application that I want to run using Docker compose My docker.compose.yml: version: "3.6" services: … next: container_name: next build: context: ./frontend/next dockerfile: Dockerfile.development restart: always ports: – 3000:3000 volumes: – ./frontend/next:/frontend-app – ./frontend/next/package.json:/frontend-app/package.json – ./frontend/next/yarn.lock:/frontend-app/yarn.lock and my ./frontend/next/Dockerfile.development is: FROM mhart/alpine-node RUN mkdir /frontend-app WORKDIR /frontend-app COPY package.json yarn.lock ./ RUN ..
I’m running a Node.js monorepo project using yarn workspaces. File structure looks like this: workspace_root node_modules package.json apps appA node_modules package.json appB node_modules package.json libs libA dist node_modules package.json All apps are independents, but they all require libA I’m running all these apps with docker-compose. My question here is how to handle properly all the ..
I read a docker blog post that advises to re-run npm install when building a docker container because node_modules may contain binaries compiled for your host OS, and if it’s different then the container OS, you’ll get errors trying to run your app when you’re bind-mounting it from the host for development. Yarn documentation states ..
I am having a problem when building an image with Docker (Windows OS) in which it tells me this => ERROR [5/6] RUN apk add yarn 1.3s —— > [5/6] RUN apk add yarn: #10 0.398 fetch http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/v3.11/main/x86_64/APKINDEX.tar.gz #10 0.998 ERROR: http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/v3.11/main: IO ERROR #10 0.998 WARNING: Ignoring APKINDEX.70f61090.tar.gz: No such file or directory #10 ..
I’m using docker on one of my vue projects. I want to run the command yarn –silent and yarn serve back to back in my dockerfile, but it doesn’t see yarn –silent as command. Any way to fix this? The code looks like this: version: "3" services: proxy: build: context: ./api dockerfile: Dockerfile command: yarn ..
Exception message: Launch container failed Shell error output: image: nvidia/cuda:10.2-devel-ubuntu18.04 is not trusted. Disable mount volume for untrusted image image: nvidia/cuda:10.2-devel-ubuntu18.04 is not trusted. Disable cap-add for untrusted image Docker capability disabled for untrusted image image: nvidia/cuda:10.2-devel-ubuntu18.04 is not trusted. Disable runtime for untrusted image Could not find requested runtime in allowed runtimes Error constructing ..
We are currently pulling private repos using ssh and npm. # syntax=docker/dockerfile:experimental FROM node:14.15.4-alpine EXPOSE 4800 # Below is needed so that postinstall scripts can run inside docker RUN npm set unsafe-perm true COPY . /workspace WORKDIR /workspace # Install ssh client and git RUN apk add –no-cache openssh-client git # Download public key for ..
This is my Dockerfile for local development: FROM node:12-alpine WORKDIR /usr/app ENV __DEV__ 1 COPY package.json ./ COPY yarn.lock ./ RUN yarn –frozen-lockfile COPY tsconfig.json ./ COPY nodemon.json ./ RUN apk add –no-cache tini ENTRYPOINT ["/sbin/tini", "–"] CMD [ "yarn", "dev" ] This is how I build it: docker build –rm -f Dockerfile.dev –tag my-app ..