Category Archives: Linux

Docker build own Image using Bitrise CI/CD tool

admin/ April 24, 2017/ Docker, Linux/ 0 comments

Docker build own Image using Bitrise CI/CD tool You need three account to automate the Docker image build process. 1. Github ( or Bitbucket ( 2. Dockerhub ( 3. Bitrise ( 1. Github/Bitbucket SignUp or Login in the Github/Bitbucket. Create an repository. Configure the Github/Bitbucket on you local system. Step 1: Create a directory and configure as below.


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How to save and load docker image?

admin/ April 23, 2017/ Docker, Linux/ 0 comments

How to save docker image on your local disk ? To save the docker images, we need to use docker save the docker images.   To check available docker images on the system.

Example Output-: To save the docker image.

Example-: To remove the Docker image

To load the Docker image

Example Output-:


admin/ April 22, 2017/ Docker, Linux/ 0 comments

What is Docker? Docker is the secret weapon of developers and IT ops teams everywhere, allowing them to build, ship, test, and deploy apps automatically, securely, and portable with no surprises. What is Docker Container? A container image is a lightweight, stand-alone, executable package of a piece of software that includes everything needed to run it: code, runtime, system tools,

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docker alpine image for ssh

admin/ April 22, 2017/ Docker, Linux/ 0 comments

alpine-ssh A minimal Docker image based on Alpine Linux with a complete package index and only 5 MB in size! I have prepared this Dockerfile to enable SSH on the alpine docker container. That is completely working good. The above Dockerfile has root enabled in the ssh server as well as run ssh on the time of docker container creation.

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Install Subversion and WebSVN on Docker

admin/ March 28, 2017/ Docker, Linux/ 1 comments

Use Apache Subversion (SVN) and websvn Using Docker. Apache Subversion (often abbreviated SVN, after its command name svn) is a software versioning and revision control system distributed as open source under the Apache License. Software developers useSubversion to maintain current and historical versions of files such as source code, web pages, and documentation.   This is very simple to use

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Install Magento2 using docker

admin/ March 20, 2017/ Docker, Linux, Magento2/ 3 comments

Install Magento2 on Docker Containers. Now its time to install the Magento 2.x or Magento1.x as you want. You can put your code, import your database and set URL. Enjoy your Magento instance. Yes, Now we come to docker. Install docker and docker-compose on your Linux machine enjoy your docker instance with few commands. It is really very easy. How

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Docker Supervisor tutorial

admin/ March 15, 2017/ Docker, Linux/ 0 comments

Why Supervisor with Docker? Generally, a Docker container starts with a single process when it is launched, for example, an Apache daemon or an SSH server daemon. Often though you want to run more than one process in a container. There are a number of ways you can achieve this ranging from using a simple Bash script as the value of

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install different nodejs version on ubuntu

admin/ February 2, 2017/ Linux/ 0 comments

Install different version of the nodejs Step1-: Install curl

Step 2-: To install Node.js v4.0 use the below commands

Alternatively, for Node.js v5:

UPDATE Node.js v6:

UPDATE Node.js v7:

Install MSSQL Server on Ubuntu (Linux)

admin/ January 21, 2017/ Linux/ 0 comments

Install SQL Server To install the mssql-server Package on Ubuntu, follow these steps: Import the public repository GPG keys:

Register the Microsoft SQL Server Ubuntu repository:

Run the following commands to install SQL Server:

After the package installation finishes, run the configuration script and follow the prompts. Make sure to specify a strong password for the SA

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Docker-compose.yml for mysql and phpmyadmin

admin/ January 2, 2017/ Docker, Linux/ 0 comments

Docker Compose makes dealing with the orchestration processes of Docker containers (such as starting up, shutting down, and setting up intra-container linking and volumes) really easy. Step-1: Install docker and docker-compose, Create a file with name docker-compose.yml in a directory.

Step-2: Copy and paste the below line in the docker-compose.yml file

Step-3: Start the docker

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