Builds an apache2/php5 docker image with SqlBuddy (http://sqlbuddy.com/) pre-installed.
This image builds on the tutum/apache-php image (https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/tutum/apache-php/).
USAGE: docker build -t sqlbuddy . docker run -d --name=sqlbuddy -P --link=mysql_container:mysql sqlbuddy ALT USAGE (Pulls from tvalladon/sqlbuddy docker hub): docker run -d --name=sqlbuddy -P --link=mysql_container:mysql tvalladon/sqlbuddy
After you launch the docker get the public port using: docker port sqlbuddy 80 The response will be something along the lines of: 0.0.0.0:49162 Open your browser to the host machine IP address with the port provided (in this case 49162)
From what I see in the Dockerfile, this image builds on the official php:5.6-apache image, not the tutum image as mentioned in the intro. Which one is the future direction? Since I'd prefer the official one, will you stay with the official image?