1
1
Need help (github.com)
submitted 4 months ago by u_die_for_elmer@lemm.ee to c/docker@lemmy.world

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.

2
3
submitted 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago) by feecoomeeq@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

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)
/home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_php-maria-apache/docker-compose.yml

/home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_php-maria-apache/apache/

/home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_php-maria-apache/html/
/home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_php-maria-apache/html/test.php

/home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_php-maria-apache/php/
/home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_php-maria-apache/php/php.ini empty

inside test.php there's


inside docker-compose.yml there's:

GNU nano 6.2                                                                                                                                                                                       docker-compose.yml                                                                                                                                                                                                 
 web:
   image: php:8.2-cli
   ports:
     - '80:80'
   volumes:
     - /home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_maria-php-apache/apache:/etc/apache2/sites-enabled
     - /home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_maria-php-apache/html:/var/www/html
     - /home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_maria-php-apache/php/php.ini:/usr/local/etc/php/php.ini
   depends_on:
     - mariadb
   extra_hosts:
     - 'ax710.test:127.0.0.1'
     # - 'some-other-host.test:127.0.0.1'
   networks:
     - dev-env
 phpmyadmin:
   image: phpmyadmin:latest
   ports:
     - 8080:80
   environment:
     - PMA_ARBITRARY=1
     - PMA_HOST=mariadb
   depends_on:
     - mariadb
   volumes:
     - /home/bg/docker_stacks/prod_maria-php-apache/php/php.ini:/usr/local/etc/php/php.ini
   networks:
     - dev-env
 mariadb:
   image: mariadb:latest
   restart: always
   environment:
     MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: '123'
     MYSQL_USER: 'bg'
     MYSQL_PASSWORD: '123'
     MYSQL_DATABASE: 'db'
   volumes:
     - mysqldata:/var/lib/mysql
   ports:
     - 3306:3306
   networks:
     - dev-env

volumes:
 mysqldata: {}

networks:
 dev-env: {}

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.

3
6

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.

4
4
submitted 7 months ago by sunwoo1524@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

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

5
4

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.

6
7
submitted 7 months ago by alloca@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

Hi everyone!

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!

7
0
submitted 7 months ago by GustavoM@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

A bit of a "flex", but yep. It's happening. >:^)

8
0
submitted 7 months ago by GustavoM@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world
9
0
submitted 7 months ago by GustavoM@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world
10
-2
submitted 7 months ago by GustavoM@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

Controls

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.

11
5
submitted 8 months ago by SiblingNoah@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

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.

12
-1
submitted 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago) by GustavoM@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

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.

13
4
submitted 8 months ago by GustavoM@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

Runs in a loop. Press CTRL+C to exit.

14
2
submitted 8 months ago by airdog@lemmy.one to c/docker@lemmy.world

Kind of surprised as docker is so much used both in industry and self hosted...

Hope more will join soon

15
1
Just wondering (lemmy.world)
submitted 8 months ago by Scew@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

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.

16
1
submitted 8 months ago by GustavoM@lemmy.world to c/docker@lemmy.world

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.

Docker

419 readers
1 users here now

founded 8 months ago
MODERATORS