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Official JHipster Docker image
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jdubois
7 months ago

I'm just discovering there are comments here: please don't post questions here, we don't monitor them! Please go to our website at https://jhipster.github.io/ instead!

glenworsleywork
8 months ago

@raistlinmolina: you need to chown the .m2 folder on the host, not from within the docker container. This should fix your problem.

pascalgrimaud
9 months ago

@raistlinmolina : plz go here https://github.com/jhipster/generator-jhipster/issues and open an issue with full details, all commands so we can reproduce your issue

raistlinmolina
9 months ago

Hi, I'm trying to use this image following the tutotial at the site, when it comes to run ./nvmw it fails because it cannot find Maven.

What I have seen so far is the the .m2 directory is root owned and maybe Maven could not be installed.

I could now chown .m2 because nor sudo nor su works, the former is simply not found (not installed in the Dockerfile I guess) and the second one tells this "su: must be run from a terminal"

I'v tried to do come things as -c "export TERM=xterm; bash" and similar things with no luck so far.

pascalgrimaud
a year ago

Plz, don't cross post! :-)
I answered to you on stackoverflow

billy93
a year ago

Hello, i have issue when startup jhipster 3.0 using this docker image.

It takes so long time to startup.
I using docker cloud to manage container and i using digitalocean for cloud.

I was ask this question on stackoveflow

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/36274279/slow-startup-time-jhipster-3-0-application-on-digitalocean-using-ubuntu-docker

Thanks