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Short Description
A container which runs fabric-bolt
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docker-fabric-bolt

A docker container with fabric-bolt

You could start this in a very basic version via:

docker run -it --rm --volume=$(pwd)/config:/root/.fabric-bolt --publish=8000:8000 --publish=9000:9000 gvangool/fabric-bolt

This will generate a new config file (on first run) and create the sqlite
database. If you require a real database, you'll need to install the drivers
and manually edit the settings file.

A more advanced case would be where you run your own fork of the code:

FROM gvangool/fabric-bolt

ENV REPO https://github.com/gvangool/fabric-bolt.git
ENV VERSION 0bb8dadf60ae94ea83cb362203ddce14db8046f0

RUN cd /src/fabric-bolt && \
    git remote rm origin && \
    git remote add origin ${REPO} && \
    git fetch --all --prune && \
    git checkout ${VERSION} && \
    pip install -e .
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Comments (1)
port22
a year ago

Hi, I'm getting "Bad Request (400)" on localhost:8000 .
$ docker run -it --rm --publish=8000:8000 --publish=9000:9000 gvangool/fabric-bolt
Is that supposed to be?