Docker container with signed Keybase.io client install.
Run a named container and attach to it.
docker run --name keybase -it langrisha/keybase
Login into your account and provision the device. You can now use keybase from within the container. Detach from the container to get back to your host.
Great, now you can execute commands from the host.
echo "secret" | docker exec -i keybase keybase encrypt max
And you can always attach to the container.
docker attach keybase
You can extend the image and copy your user and device information.
# Dockerfile FROM langrisha/keybase USER root COPY ./config/* .config/keybase/ RUN chown -R keybase:keybase .config/keybase USER keybase
You can copy your user and device information from a container to your host, or the other way around.
docker cp keybase:/home/keybase/.config/keybase config
The container process is configured to run as the user
keybase belonging to the
keybase group (UID and GID
1000). By default, runs the command
Do not forget to run the container process interactively and to login with
your user when the container starts.
1.0.0 - 2016-03-25