Can someone help me get this scrabble game running in a docker container. It worked for me a while back but now I can't get it running. Something I don't under stand has changed. I'm on PopOS. If you can make a docker-compose file thats even better. Thanks in advance.
Hello. I bought a HP t630 and wanted to learn some ubuntuServer+Docker. My file structure looks like this:
/home/bg/docker_stacks (main folder)
/home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_php-maria-apache (this project folder)
inside test.php there's
inside docker-compose.yml there's:
GNU nano 6.2 docker-compose.yml
# - 'some-other-host.test:127.0.0.1'
When on my laptop I open:
192.168.1.208:9090 - cockpit works fine
192.168.1.208:8080 - phpMyAdmin works fine
heidiSQL - at 192.168.1.208 opens the database without problems
192.168.1.208:80/test.php or 192.168.1.208/test.php does not work
Any ideas how can I make test.php open in my browser? Any other suggestions are appreciated as I'am newbie in Docker.
Has anyone benchmarked how much qemu bogs down an AMD64 container running on a Mac M1 vs in its natural architecture?
Just starting to ensure that containers will run on a Mac and there are so many weird things. I’m wondering how much effort it’s worth to try to build a whole separate version of each container in ARM vs having a single AMD64 for each.
FastAPI container fails to connect to PostgreSQL.
However, the PostgreSQL container is running well and accessible.
I don't know why this problem is happening.
Here is gist link of Dockerfile, docker-compose.yaml and log when docker-compose is run. https://gist.github.com/sunwoo1524/9f75b4d3fd295c9829705e23a3b8094d
Is it a bad idea to recursively change the permissions for the /var/lib/docker directory? That directory is owned by root:root and the permissions are rwx--x---.
I'm hoping to be able to access my named volumes without using sudo so that I can easily back them up.
I run a few low-resource-usage containers on a home server that also has things that run directly on the metal. I'm starting to run a simple Docker container that just lets me run the Whisper speech-to-text engine. That container basically uses all of my CPU power for several hours, which is fine, but I want to make sure it's not starving other processes of CPU time.
In a non-Docker setup, I'd just nice the program, and that'd be it, but that doesn't seem to work in this context. I've found this Stack Overflow post that recommends using the
--cpu-shares flag with
docker run, but I haven't been able to find out if that allows you to deprioritize the container relative to everything else using the CPU (such as non-containerized tasks) or just relative to other containers.
Any help would be appreciated!
A bit of a "flex", but yep. It's happening. >:^)
Move around with w a s d, up and down with q e. Click and drag the mouse to turn the camera, or use < > z x.
Just got an email I can’t link to. But it’s showing on their FAQ now. For now, existing licenses get to keep their 5 nodes.
Create a directory and assign ownership to nobody -- mkdir /dir/ && chown nobody /dir/
then, run with
docker run -it --rm -v /dir:/a defnotgustavom/gopeed gopeed -D /a/ https://link.goes/here
Gopeed (full name Go Speed), a high-speed downloader developed by Golang + Flutter, supports (HTTP, BitTorrent, Magnet) protocol, and supports all platforms.
Runs in a loop. Press CTRL+C to exit.
Kind of surprised as docker is so much used both in industry and self hosted...
Hope more will join soon
Looked around docker hub and was unable to find any Lemmy images. I'm basically a script kiddy when it comes to Docker, so if any beefy Docker heroes want to take a swing at setting an image up... It would be greatly appreciated.
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/578695
Most are scratch/musl-based, and very well compiled. (Also a repost but eh, guess it won't hurt if I give you guys an extra bump.) Have fun.