The BlueSky software included in this docker image is provided for research purposes only. It's output may not accurately reflect actual smoke due to numerous reasons. Data are provisional; use at own risk.
To use, first install docker.
Next, if not on linux, create a vm to run the docker daemon and initialize the docker environment:
docker-machine create --driver virtualbox docker-default # only needs to be done once docker-machine start docker-default # needs to be done subsequently eval "$(docker-machine env docker-default)" # at the beginning of each terminal session
Finally, grab the image and run it:
docker pull pnwairfire/bluesky-framework docker -w /bluesky/bluesky-framework/ pnwairfire/bluesky-framework bluesky -h
Note, on linux, you may need to use sudo for some or all docker commands.
Some random docker tips:
- to run in interactive mode, use '-ti'. e.g.
docker run -ti w /bluesky/bluesky-framework/ pnwairfire/bluesky-framework bash
- to access files on your file system, use the '-v' option. e.g.
docker -v /path/to/met/:/met/ -w /bluesky/bluesky-framework/ pnwairfire/bluesky-framework bluesky -h
- the '-w' option lets you set the working directory.