Alpine Linux base with acd_cli and fuse installed
5/28/2017 Update to support acd_cli api 0.9.3 and use the git repo with the latest API to fix the auth issues
Pass your docker hosts local directory where your acd_cli oauth files are and run a listing
docker run -it --rm -v /home/ubuntu/.cache/acd_cli:/home/user/.cache/acd_cli sedlund/acdcli ls
Create a data volume and set permissions of the home directory
docker run --rm -v acdcli_data:/home/user busybox chown -R 1000:1000 /home/user
Generate an oauth token in that container and sync
docker run -it --rm -v acdcli_data:/home/user sedlund/acdcli init
This will start eLinks browser for you to authorize the connection and create your token. Save the file in ~/.cache/acd_cli/oauth_data
docker run -it --rm -v acdcli_data:/home/user sedlund/acdcli sync
Copy existing token inside the data container and set permissions
docker cp ~/.cache/acd_cli acdcli_data:/home/user/.cache docker run --rm -v acdcli_data:/home/user busybox chown -R 1000:1000 /home/user
Mounting via fuse inside the container
docker run -itd --privileged --name acdmount -v acdcli_data:/home/user --entrypoint=/bin/sh sedlund/acdcli -c "acdcli -v mount /mnt; sh"
docker run -itd --cap-add SYS_ADMIN --device /dev/fuse --name acdmount -v acdcli_data:/home/user --entrypoint=/bin/sh sedlund/acdcli -c "acdcli -v mount /mnt; sh"
--privilegedyou can use the example with privileged which gives the container extra permission or you can use the second example which uses a cap-add and passes a device (more secure).
--entrypoint=/bin/shis needed to change the default entrypoint
--cap-add SYS_ADMINis needed for using FUSE
--device /dev/fuseis needed for FUSE
-c "acdcli -v mount; sh"to sh shows how to run a command that would fork (causing the container to exit), and running sh to keep it running.
NOTE: You cannot export a fuse mount as a volume from the container. Check out
sedlund/acdcli-webdav (based on this image) to mount ACD and provide a secure webdav share. You could do other things like setup a sftp server in this container, but that is left as an excersize to the user.
Using it to upload files from your Docker host
docker run -it --privileged --rm --name acdmount --volumes-from acdcli-data -v "$(pwd)":/mnt --entrypoint=/bin/sh sedlund/acdcli
Please post issues or questions in the Github repo. I do not get notified from Docker Hub of comments.
For me the following things don't work:
- mounting via fuse: both command use '--name acdmount' which conflicts
- 'acdcli -v mount /acd' doesn't work since the directory does not exist and the user does not have the needed rights to create this directory. As a workaround I'm using 'acdcli -v mount /home/user/acd'.
What is actually the difference between the 2 fuse-mounting commands?