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Last pushed: a year ago
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Docker hello world.
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An updated image from the tutumcloud/docker-hello-world repo. This is a very basic Hello World image that we use to test the Automated build of the Dockerfile and the auto deployment of the updated container via Tutum.

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To create the image vegasbrianc/docker-hello-world, execute the following command on the docker-hello-world folder:

docker build -t vegasbrianc/docker-hello-world .

You can now push your new image to the registry:

sudo docker push vegasbrianc/docker-hello-world

Running your Hello World docker image

Start your image:

sudo docker run -d -p 80 vegasbrianc/docker-hello-world

It will print the new container ID (like d35bf1374e88). Get the allocated external port:

sudo docker port d35bf1374e88 80

It will print the allocated port (like 4751). Test your deployment:

curl http://localhost:4751/

Editing the Hello World File

I've moved the application / logo to the /app directory. Inside of this directory you can edit the index.php file to customize the Hello World message and/or change the logo to your own.

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