A handy basic image comprising of;
- Alpine Linux v3.4. A security-oriented, lightweight Linux distribution based on musl libc and BusyBox.
- dmidecode v3.0. Dmidecode reports information about your system's hardware as described in your system BIOS.
I'd expect you use this image as a simple analysis tool.
Use this command to pull the image manually before runtime:
sudo docker pull itsthenetwork/alpine-dmidecode:latest
This command will start the container interactively and display the BIOS version and then be removed.
sudo docker run -it --name=dmi --rm --privileged itsthenetwork/alpine-dmidecode -s bios-version
If you wanted to install additional packages and build your own image based upon this one you'd start your Dockerfile like this:
FROM itsthenetwork/alpine-dmidecode:latest RUN apk -add U -v package_name package_name ...
So it seems, added. Thank you.
Failed to run container: "/dev/mem: No such file or directory". I think it should be run only with "--privileged" flag.