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Short Description
Trust a self-signed SSL certificate installed on a DTR instance
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docker image to pull a self-signed registry certificate locally so the Docker Engine trusts it.
based off of alpine:latest

To pull this image:
docker pull mbentley/trustdtr:latest

Example usage:

docker run -it --rm \
  -v /etc/docker:/etc/docker \

Note: You must share at least /etc/docker/certs.d as a volume in order to be able to write the self-signed certificate to disk. If you're on Docker for Mac, you must use '/etc/docker`

There is one option parameter that can be set via environment variable: ROOT_CERT

  • true (default) - instructs trustdtr to get the root CA certificate as provided from DTR
  • false - instructs trustdtr to get the server certificate instead of the root CA certificate; useful for if the /ca endpoint isn't available

Example usage:

docker run -it --rm \
  -v /etc/docker/certs.d:/etc/docker/certs.d \
  -e ROOT_CERT=false \
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