Docker Image for Python based on airdock/base:latest
Purpose of this image is:
- install Python 2.7.9
- based on airdock/base:latest (debian)
You should have already install Docker.
Execute python with default configuration:
'docker run -t -i airdock/python '
Run python with persistent data directory.
docker run -t -i -v /var/lib/py:/var/lib/py airdock/python
Take care about your permission on host folder named '/var/lib/py'.
The user py (uid 4206) in your container should be known into your host.
So you should create an user with this uid:gid:
sudo groupadd py -g 4206 sudo useradd -u 4206 --home-dir /var/lib/py --create-home --system --no-user-group py sudo usermod -g py py
Don't forget to add your current user to this new group.
- add python
- install virtualenv
- current directory "/var/lib/py"
- define py:py user
- MIT License
- Install "make" utility, and execute:
- Or execute: 'docker build -t airdock/python:latest --rm .'
See Docker Project Tree for more details.
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