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Automated Cloud9 IDE ( Build
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Cloud9 v3 Dockerfile

This repository contains Dockerfile of Cloud9 IDE for Docker's automated build published to the public Docker Hub Registry.

Base Docker Image



Install Docker.

Download automated build from public Docker Hub Registry: docker pull kdelfour/cloud9-docker

(alternatively, you can build an image from Dockerfile: docker build -t="kdelfour/cloud9-docker"


docker run -it -d -p 80:80 kdelfour/cloud9-docker

You can add a workspace as a volume directory with the argument -v /your-path/workspace/:/workspace/ like this :

docker run -it -d -p 80:80 -v /your-path/workspace/:/workspace/ kdelfour/cloud9-docker

Build and run with custom config directory

Get the latest version from github

git clone
cd cloud9-docker/

Build it

sudo docker build --force-rm=true --tag="$USER/cloud9-docker:latest" .

And run

sudo docker run -d -p 80:80 -v /your-path/workspace/:/workspace/ $USER/cloud9-docker:latest

Enjoy !!

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Comments (17)
a month ago

Can i add authentication?

6 months ago


how to add plugin?

srry: for my bad english

a year ago

How can I run multiple instances of this docker container side-by-side with different port numbers? Specifying anything other than 80:80 does not seem to work...

2 years ago

@evilp Thank you, I'm going to integrate it in the container.

2 years ago

Here's a little tip to get SFTP Server mounts working:

start the container with the options --cap-add SYS_ADMIN --device /dev/fuse
e.g. docker run -it --cap-add SYS_ADMIN --device /dev/fuse -d -p 80:80 -v /your-path/workspace/:/workspace/ kdelfour/cloud9-docker

in container do:
apt-get update
apt-get install sshfs

now mount SFTP Server via the file menu works.

2 years ago

@kuaner : I have update the dockerfile, and now you can connect without auth if you want. I have also change the default port to 80.

2 years ago

for anyone who can not access container from port 8181

you have to change the command in /etc/supervisor/conf.d/cloud9.conf in your container
from node /cloud9/server.js --listen -w /workspace
to node /cloud9/server.js --auth ${user}:${pass} --listen -w /workspace

cause cloud9 will listen to localhost when --listen is set and whitout --auth

2 years ago

This image has stopped working recently. I've become used to using

sudo docker run -it -d -p 8181:8181 -v //:/workspace/ kdelfour/cloud9-docker

as part of provisioning a machine for my default editor and its been working great, but now it will start fine but nothing hosted on port 8181.

2 years ago

Dont work for me, cannot connect to the docker container. (port 8181)

2 years ago

OK thank you for your answer. I'll try it at release ;)