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Last pushed: 6 months ago
Short Description
Eclipse Che: Next-Generation Eclipse IDE
Full Description

Next-generation Eclipse IDE. Workspace server and cloud IDE.
www.eclipse.org/che

Docker Usage:
https://eclipse-che.readme.io/docs/usage-docker
https://www.eclipse.org/che/images/hero-home.png

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codenvy
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Comments (13)
hrishikeshvganu
10 months ago

For Docker for mac beta osx, use -p 8080:8080 instead of --net=host

wernight
10 months ago

Actually the minimum command, not persisting config, not requiring --net=host:

docker run -p 80:8080 -p 8000:8000 -p 49152-49162:49152-49162 -v /var/run/

docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v /home/user/che/lib:/home/user/che/lib-copy codenvy/che

See https://eclipse-che.readme.io/docs/networking

wernight
10 months ago

If possible (i.e. --net=nost is not required), then -p 127.0.0.1:8080:8080 is a lot better.

wernight
10 months ago

Please improve the description:

  • Link to a place to report bugs.
  • Inline the image via ![](https://www.eclipse.org/che/images/hero-home.png) gives
  • Tell which port(s) will be open and where to browse to.
  • Inform about security / password.
  • Include the sample command line:

    $ docker run -d --net=host --name che
    -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock
    -v /home/user/che/lib:/home/user/che/lib-copy
    -v /home/user/che/workspaces:/home/user/che/workspaces
    -v /home/user/che/storage:/home/user/che/storage
    codenvy/che

lucaspottersky
10 months ago

where can I find the source Dockerfile? :/ I can't see it here https://github.com/codenvy/dockerfiles

metaco47
a year ago

How do I run the Docker image for eclipse che (what is the command that I type in).

stoneqsl
a year ago

@codenvy please help me.thanks

stoneqsl
a year ago

Running 'docker' succeeded, but 'docker ps' failed. This usually means that docker cannot reach its daemon.

what can I do for this wrong?

cghome
a year ago

@codenvy Please add support for (beta) docker for mac

Thanks.

cobexer
a year ago

@codenvy The image in the description points to an expired domain...