Step 2: Customize and Push to Docker Hub
The last step used a Docker image which Microsoft publishes and maintains. Next step, create your own custom image. You should have a Docker ID, you probably created it to download Docker Desktop.
Docker Cli Windows Server 2016; Docker Commands Windows Server 2016; Docker Windows Commands Cheat Sheet; Docker CMD defines the default executable of a Docker image. You can run this image as the base of a container without adding command-line arguments. In that case, the container runs the process specified by the CMD command.
In your favorite text editor create a file called Dockerfile in the same C:temp directory. No extension, just Dockerfile. Paste in this code and save the file:
This tells Docker to use the same IIS base image, and create a layer that adds in the HTML you created in the last step. Instead of manually copying a file into the container, you will create an image with your HTML already inside it. To build the image, in your terminal, type:
- Docker Compose for running Docker compose commands. Kinematic − This is the Docker GUI built for Windows and Mac OS. Oracle virtualbox. Let’s now discuss the different types of activities that are possible with Docker toolbox. Running in Powershell. With Docker toolbox on Windows 10, you can now run Docker commands off powershell.
- The Docker Engine can also be configured by modifying the Docker service with sc config. Using this method, Docker Engine flags are set directly on the Docker service. Run the following command in a command prompt (cmd.exe not PowerShell): sc config docker binpath= ' 'C: Program Files docker dockerd.exe ' -run-service -H tcp://0.0.0.0:2375'.
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Two things, first replace <YourDockerID> with your Docker ID. Also notice the “.” at the end of the line. That tells Docker to build in the context of this directory. So when it looks to COPY the file to /inetpub/wwwroot it will use the file from this directory.
You can run it:
And go to http://localhost:8081 to see the page - note your original container is still running and you can see it at http://localhost:8080.
Finally push to Docker Hub:
You may be asked to login if you haven’t already. Then you can go to hub.docker.com, login and check your repositories
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Finally, stop and remove the running containers: