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DockerCheatSheet - 🐋 Docker Cheat Sheet 🐋

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This repository is trending on Github since some days now. Watch it, we will add many updates in the future. Thank you for your support.Check the website.

dockerfiles - Various Dockerfiles I use on the desktop and on servers.

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This is a repo to hold various Dockerfiles for images I create.You may also want to checkout my dotfiles, specifically the aliases for all these files which are here: github.com/jessfraz/dotfiles/blob/master/.dockerfunc.

container

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This repository (formerly known as orchestration-workshop) contains materials (slides, scripts, demo app, and other code samples) used for various workshops, tutorials, and training sessions around the themes of Docker, containers, and orchestration. If you're looking for the materials, you can stop reading right now, and hop to http://container.training/, which hosts all the slides decks available.




docker-minecraft-server - Docker image that provides a Minecraft Server that will automatically download selected version at startup

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This docker image provides a Minecraft Server that will automatically download the latest stable version at startup. You can also run/upgrade to any specific version or the latest snapshot. See the Versions section below for more information. where the standard server port, 25565, will be exposed on your host machine.

dockerfiles - Contains the various Dockerfile definitions I'm maintaining.

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This repository contains the various Dockerfile definitions I'm maintaining.

dockerfiles - Compilation of Dockerfiles with automated builds enabled on the Docker Registry

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Compilation of Dockerfiles with automated builds enabled on the Docker Hub. Not suitable for production environments. These images are under continuous development, so breaking changes may be introduced. Nearly all images are based on Ubuntu Core 14.04 LTS, built with minimising size/layers and best practices in mind. Dependencies are indicated left to right e.g. cuda-vnc is VNC built on top of CUDA. Explicit dependencies are excluded.


golang-testing - Docker image includes golang coverage tools for testing.

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Docker image includes golang coverage tools for testing.The docker images includes the following golang tools.

st2-dockerfiles - Dockerfiles to build StackStorm components

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Note: For official StackStorm Docker repo, go https://github.com/StackStorm/st2-docker.Here you can find Dockerfiles for st2api, st2actionrunner, st2notifier etc and all the components which StackStorm consists of.

dockerfiles - Various Dockerfiles

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This is a repo to hold various Dockerfiles for images I create. Almost all of these live on dockerhub under snowdream.

build-dockers - Dockers for building git-lfs

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These dockers are designed specifically for use on github/git-lfs repo. See the docker directory for more information on using these dockers.To make docker tags in the automated build, you have to create a git branch/tag and map that to a docker tag. While master is the main development branch for this repo, it did not make sence to branch and update a Dockerfile in different branches. Instead, the commit_tags.bsh script will execute docker+ and generate the Dockerfiles for each tag and then commit them. This way you develop on master, and when you are ready to releast, run commit_tags.bsh and then push the tags. Note, you will have to do a force push to update the tags.

alpine-chrome - Chrome Headless docker images built upon alpine official image and zenika node image

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We often need a headless chrome. We created this image to get a fully headless chrome image.

docker-library - Collection of Dockerfiles

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This is a collection of Dockerfiles for generating Docker images for various software packages. This collection favors lean images built on top of Alpine Linux or Debian Linux distributions due to their small footprint. Alpine has a 5MB image while Debian has a 125MB image. Ubuntu Linux, which is one of the most popular base distributions for Docker images, has a 188MB image.

docker-amiga-gcc - Dockerfile for AmigaOS Cross-Compiler Toolchain

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Dockerfile for Stefan "Bebbo" Franke's amiga-gcc toolchain for Linux/AmigaOS cross-development. A ready-to-use image built from this Dockerfile is available on Docker Hub.

devops-docker-images - A collection of Dockerfiles for images that can be used to implement Continuous Delivery pipelines for SAP development projects with project "Piper" or any other CD tool

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This is a collection of Dockerfiles for images that can be used in Continuous Delivery (CD) pipelines for SAP development projects. The images are optimized for use with project "Piper" on Jenkins. Docker containers simplify your CD tool setup, encapsulating tools and environments that are required to execute pipeline steps. If you want to learn how to use project "Piper" please have a look at the documentation. Introductory material and a lot of SAP scenarios not covered by project "Piper" are described in our Continuous Integration Best Practices.

st2packaging-dockerfiles - Dockerfiles used to build and test StackStorm deb/rpm packages

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This repository contains Dockerfiles, used by StackStorm team for CI and some other specific needs. Dockerfiles with ready to use environment to build .deb and .rpm StackStorm packages in StackStorm/st2-packages CI/CD.

dockerfiles - Dockerfile examples.

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Dockerfile examples. Some of the containers are available on index.docker.io. See README in the each directories for details.