Using boot2docker with my Mac, I want to seamlessly run something like:
docker run -i -t -v /Users/mattes/project1:/data/project1 ubuntu /bin/bash
UPDATE 17 Oct 2014:
tl;dr Build your own custom boot2docker.iso with VirtualBox Guest Additions (see link) or download http://static.dockerfiles.io/boot2docker-v1.2.0-virtualbox-guest-additions-v4.3.14.iso and save it to ~/.boot2docker/boot2docker.iso.
The issue is that boot2docker doesn’t support
-v /Users/mattes/project1:/data/project1 out of the box since it doesn’t include VirtualBox Guest Additions. It’s still unclear to me, if the VirtualBox Guest Additions will make it into boot2docker any time soon/ ever.
“we’re making boot2docker as simple and small as possible — so at this point, adding tools that…
When using CoreOS with multiple Docker containers on Google Compute Engine I was having a hard time finding a way to log from CoreOS to remote destinations. Especially since CoreOS doesn’t come with a package manager, which means no ‘build-essentials’ and thus no building from source files either.
I have ended up by using something like this:
journalctl -o short -f | ncat remote-destination.com 12345
There are several service providers out there. I am pretty sure there are others, and I happily will add more:
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