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@raistlinmolina: you need to chown the .m2 folder on the host, not from within the docker container. This should fix your problem.
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.
Plz, don't cross post! :-)
I answered to you on stackoverflow
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