Category: Docker

  • Container can’t see my files!

    Container can’t see my files!

    Containers are sort of virtual machines, a computer running on a computer. They don’t have access to your actual files, just to what’s available inside their filesystem. In Windows, you mount a USB drive, a disk, or a network location with a drive letter e.g D,E,F. In Linux the system doesn’t begin with a letter,…

  • Volumes and Bind Mounts

    Volumes and Bind Mounts

    Volumes are paths on the host mounted inside the container, allowing for persistent storage. Removing a container does not remove the files in the volume, as they are only mounted to the container upon its startup. There are three types of volumes: All volumes are technically mounts, the difference is that volumes are managed by…

  • Gluetun – VPN for your containers

    Gluetun – VPN for your containers

    Setup both a VPN and local access for your containers in just a few moments using Gluetun! You can even use Pihole as your DNS! Gluetun Gluetun is a VPN client in a thin Docker container for multiple VPN providers, written in Go, and using OpenVPN or Wireguard, DNS over TLS, with a few proxy…

  • Install Portainer in 10 seconds

    Install Portainer in 10 seconds

    Portainer is a container management software which offers an easy to use user interface for deploying and managing all your Docker needs! Here’s how to install it in 10 seconds Requirements If you don’t already have Docker, run the following command to install it! You need to do this on a user with root/sudo privileges.…