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100INTL Simple Ubuntu docker images with SSH access
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Simple Ubuntu docker images with SSH access


To create the image 100intl/ubuntu with one tag per Ubuntu release,
execute the following commands on the 100intl-ubuntu branch:

docker build -t 100intl/ubuntu:latest .
docker build -t 100intl/ubuntu:trusty trusty/

Running 100intl/ubuntu

To run a container from the image you created earlier with the trusty tag
binding it to port 2222 in all interfaces, execute:

docker run -d -p 100intl/ubuntu:trusty

The first time that you run your container, a random password will be generated
for user root. To get the password, check the logs of the container by running:

docker logs <CONTAINER_ID>

You will see an output like the following:

You can now connect to this Ubuntu container via SSH using:

    ssh -p <port> root@<host>
and enter the root password 'U0iSGVUCr7W3' when prompted

Please remember to change the above password as soon as possible!

In this case, U0iSGVUCr7W3 is the password allocated to the root user.


Setting a specific password for the root account

If you want to use a preset password instead of a random generated one, you can
set the environment variable ROOT_PASS to your specific password when running the container:

docker run -d -p 2222:22 -e ROOT_PASS="mypass" 100intl/ubuntu:trusty

Adding authorized keys

If you want to use ssh key for login, you can use AUTHORIZED_KEYS environment variable. The public keys are separated by ,:

docker run -d -p 2222:22 AUTHORIZED_KEYS="pubkey1, pubkey2, pubkey3" 100intl/ubunut:trusty

If you put the corresponding private key under ~/.ssh/ where you run ssh command, you will not be asked to input the password.

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