A sandbox container with last version of Mono environment ready to be exploited for Mono app from Linux or Windows host.
This image contains also included Xamarin:copyright: monodevelop, last version of Mono environment IDE ready to use.
Based from term_ssh_user_monodotnet45 image:
Easy method to produce a terminal containers to run Mono app into sandbox from secured host to remote client with SSH.
This image included Xamarin:copyright: mono-complete installed to run Gtk# and PCL (.Net Portable) apps.
This image also included Xamarin:copyright: monodevelop and MonoDevelop-nunit (test usage) installed to create mono apps.
Around 1050 Mb.
docker pull marchandd/term_ssh_user_monodevelop
:warning: If your Firewall is enabled on the host, with default outgoing policy turned to
you will have to disable 22 port filtering:
- Make a new rule for OpenSSH (22/TCP) to enable outgoing policy.
docker run -d -p XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:YYYYY:22 marchandd/term_ssh_user_monodevelop
Where XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX is your IP v4 address.
Where YYYYY is your Private port, if you doesn't know free port, try from 49200...
Command line explanation
- Run in detached mode.
- Export port 22.
Open terminal with docker account.
Basic fixed password for Docker public repository from marchandd/term_ssh_user_monodotnet45 image = 'term_ssh_user_monodotnet45'
ssh -X docker@XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -p YYYYY
When you are into SSH access.
All details on parent image
- Download MonoDevelop from Xamarin.
- Download MonoDevelop-nunit from Xamarin.
Make sure to have installed OpenSSH client or GUI SSH client (Putty).
A password is used and not a certificate that could be more secure.