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Remove a local docker image

When you run “docker images” you’ll get results that look something like this REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED VIRTUAL SIZE ubuntu latest 1d073211c498 2 weeks ago 187.9 MB To remove a image type “docker rmi -f IMAGE_ID (the 3rd column above). Warning this is permanent.

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Prepare a docker container for AWS (elastic beanstalk)

cd to the directory containing your exported docker files, then run zip ../FILENAME.zip -r * .[^.]* This way kind of sucks, looking for a better way to do it.

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List your local and running docker images and containers

To list your installed docker images run docker images To list your running docker containers run docker ps

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Docker installation documentation

Docker installation information can be found at http://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/

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Install a linux distro on docker

Unbuntu docker run –rm -ti ubuntu:latest /bin/bash Fedora docker run –rm -ti fedora:latest /bin/bash CentOS docker run –rm -ti centos:latest /bin/bash

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Inspect your local docker images

docker inspect IMAGENAME

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Get docker host ip

run echo $DOCKER_HOST

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Export a docker container

Export a container (for use with amazon web services for example) by running the following command: docker export CONTAINERNAME > NAME.tar for example docker export fsk-apache > fsk-apache.tar

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