Here's my repository with a
Dockerfile for a fast
dante server installation and deployment: https://github.com/zinovyev/dante-docker
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For some years ago I have completely moved my development environment to Docker containers.
The workflow based on Docker became a nice speed improvement for development workflow in general.
The only one problem remained. How should I launch the deploy script (
bundle exec cap production deploy in my case) from the container? And how it will work with Docker? I don't like to enter my password every time I want to deploy.
Here I'll describe some specific configuration options, I use to optimize my SSH client workflow.
The instructions are split into 4 topics and sorted in ascending order of complexity:
How to keep your credentials all in one place (junior);
Chdir to specific path after connection (middle);
Keep your remote sessions alive. Even if the connection was lost (middle/senior);
Speed up your ssh connection, reduce a number of sessions (middle);
The issue drove me crazy all the time the last month or so.
Docker tty became to wrap the line to 80 symbols when using it in interactive mode.
The only one solution I've found so far is to add line
export COLUMNS=120 to the end of
~/.bashrc file in container. So the number of symbols to wrap to became 120. But it was not still so comfortable for me to work with it cause the line got still wrapped.
This guy just saved my day with his post on github: https://github.com/docker/compose/issues/253#issuecomment-361888888
He wrote: all you need to do is to resize the terminal window after attaching to the container. And that's all! The problem is fixed.Read more...
Here's a complete IPv4 address ranges organized by country name.
All the data is split in two collections:
ip_ranges and is available through the simple API described below.
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