Install Ping Docker

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  1. Install Ping Docker Windows 10
  2. Install Ping Docker Linux

Docker builds images automatically by reading the instructions from a Dockerfile- a text file that contains all commands, in order, needed to build a given image. A Dockerfile adheres to a specific format and set of instructions which you can find at Dockerfile reference. I created a docker container from my OS X VM Docker host. I created it using the run command and created the container based off the ubuntu:xenial image off docker hub. I'm now connected to my container after it's created and logged in as root and at the command prompt inside my container.

  1. Test our new network by starting up and shelling into your container, then running a ping: # start up our pihole docker-compose up -d # run a ping docker exec -ti pihole-vlan ping -c 4 10.0.37.60. Where 10.0.37.60 is replaced by your server's macvlan injected IP address. If all goes well, you should see the usual ping output.
  2. $ docker container attach alpine1 # ping -c 2 alpine2 PING alpine2 (172.18.0.3): 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 172.18.0.3: seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.085 ms 64 bytes from 172.18.0.3: seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.090 ms - alpine2 ping statistics - 2 packets transmitted, 2 packets received, 0% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max = 0.085/0.087/0.090 ms # ping -c.

The following instructions use Docker to install Mattermost in Preview Mode for exploring product functionality on a single machine.

Install ping docker linux

Note: This configuration should not be used in production, as it uses a known password string, contains other non-production configuration settings, and does not support upgrade.

However, once, I'm inside a container, ping doesn't work and I see an error: 'bash: ping: command not found'. Can't even ping 127.0.0.1. Ping is working outside of a container. Cat /etc/resolv.conf shows the same nameserver, inside and outside of the container. I restarted the Docker service, but, it doesn't solve the problem either.

If you’re looking for a production installation with Docker, please see the Mattermost Production Docker Deployment Guide.

Note

If you have any problems installing Mattermost, seethe troubleshooting guide. For help with inviting users to your system, see inviting team members and other getting started information. To submit an improvement or correction, click Edit at the top of this page.

One-line Docker Install¶

If you have Docker set up, Mattermost installs in one-line:

When Docker is done fetching the image, open http://localhost:8065/ in your browser.

Otherwise, follow the step-by-step instructions:

Install Ping Docker Windows 10

macOS¶

  1. Install Docker for Mac

  2. Run:dockerrun--namemattermost-preview-d--publish8065:8065--add-hostdockerhost:127.0.0.1mattermost/mattermost-preview

  3. When Docker is done fetching the image, open http://localhost:8065/in your browser.

Windows 10¶

  1. Install Docker for Windows

  2. Run:dockerrun--namemattermost-preview-d--publish8065:8065--add-hostdockerhost:127.0.0.1mattermost/mattermost-preview

  3. When Docker is done fetching the image, open http://localhost:8065/in your browser.

Ubuntu¶

  1. Follow the instructions athttps://docs.docker.com/installation/ubuntulinux/ or use the summarybelow:

  2. Start Docker container:

  3. When Docker is done fetching the image, open http://localhost:8065/in your browser.

Fedora¶

  1. Follow the instructions at https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/linux/fedora/ or use the summary below:

  2. Start Docker container:

  3. When Docker is done fetching the image, open http://localhost:8065/ in your browser.

Arch Linux¶

To install the preview on Arch Linux, see the installation guide on the Arch Linux wiki.

Setting up SMTP Email (Recommended)¶

The default single-container Docker instance for Mattermost is designedfor product evaluation, and sets SendEmailNotifications=false so theproduct can function without enabling email. To see the product’s fullfunctionality, enabling SMTP email is recommended.

To enable email, configure an SMTP email service as follows:

  1. Set up an SMTP email sending service (if you don’t yet have anSMTP service with credentials)

    • Any SMTP email service can be used, you just need the following

      information: ServerName, Port, SMTPUsername, andSMTPPassword.

      • If you don’t have an SMTP service, here are simple instructions

        to set one up with Amazon Simple Email Service(SES):

        1. Go to Amazon SESconsole thenSMTPSettings>CreateMySMTPCredentials

        2. Copy the ServerName, Port, SMTPUsername, andSMTPPassword for Step 2 below.

        3. From the Domains menu set up and verify a new domain,then enable GenerateDKIMSettings for the domain.

          1. We recommend you set up Sender PolicyFramework(SPF) and/or Domain Keys IdentifiedMail(DKIM) for your email domain.

        4. Choose a sender address like [email protected] andclick SendaTestEmail to verify setup is workingcorrectly.

  2. Configure SMTP settings

    1. Open the System Console by logging into an existing team andaccessing “System Console” from the main menu.

      • Alternatively, if a team doesn’t yet exist, go to

        http://dockerhost:8065/ in your browser, create a team,then from the main menu click System Console

    2. Go to the Authentication > Email tab and configure the following:

      1. Allow Sign Up With Email:true

    3. Go to the Notifications > Email tab and configure the following:

      1. Send Email Notifications:true

      2. Notification Display Name: Display name on email accountsending notifications

      3. Notification Email Address: Email address displayed onemail account used to send notifications

      4. SMTP Username: SMTPUsername from Step 1

      5. SMTP Password: SMTPPassword from Step 1

      6. SMTP Server: SMTPServer from Step 1

      7. SMTP Port: SMTPPort from Step 1

      8. Connection Security: TLS(Recommended)

      9. Then click Save

      10. Then click Test Connection

      11. If the test failed please look in OTHER > Logs for anyerrors that look like [EROR]/api/v4/email/test...

    4. (Optional) Go to the Security > Sign Up tab and configure the following:

      1. Enable Email Invitations:true

Sample SMTP Settings¶

Amazon SES¶

  • Set SMTP Username to [YOUR_SMTP_USERNAME]

  • Set SMTP Password to [YOUR_SMTP_PASSWORD]

  • Set SMTP Server to email-smtp.us-east-1.amazonaws.com

  • Set SMTP Port to 465

  • Set Connection Security to TLS

Postfix¶

  • Make sure Postfix is installed on the machine where Mattermost isinstalled

  • Set SMTP Username to (empty)

  • Set SMTP Password to (empty)

  • Set SMTP Server to localhost

  • Set SMTP Port to 25

  • Set Connection Security to (empty)

Gmail¶

  • Set SMTP Username to [email protected]

  • Set SMTP Password to your_password

  • Set SMTP Server to smtp.gmail.com

  • Set SMTP Port to 587

  • Set Connection Security to STARTTLS

Warning

Additional configuration is required in Google to allow SMTP email to relay through their servers.See SMTP relay: Route outgoing non-Gmail messages through Google for the required steps.

Hotmail¶

  • Set SMTP Username to [email protected]

  • Set SMTP Password to your_password

  • Set SMTP Server to smtp-mail.outlook.com

  • Set SMTP Port to 587

  • Set Connection Security to STARTTLS

Office365 / Outlook¶

  • Set SMTP Username to [email protected]

  • Set SMTP Password to your_password

  • Set SMTP Server Name to smtp.office365.com

  • Set SMTP Port to 587

  • Set Connection Security to STARTTLS

Troubleshooting SMTP¶

TLS/STARTTLS Requirements¶

If you fill in SMTP Username and SMTP Password then you must setConnection Security to TLS or to STARTTLS

Troubleshooting using Logs¶

If you have issues with your SMTP install, from your Mattermost teamsite go to the main menu and open System Console -> Logs to look forerror messages related to your setup. You can do a search for the errorcode to narrow down the issue. Sometimes ISPs require nuanced setups forSMTP and error codes can hint at how to make the proper adjustments.

For example, if System Console -> Logs has an error code reading:

Search for 5545.7.1error andClienthostrejected:Accessdenied.

Checking your SMTP server is reachable¶

Install Docker Using Wget

  • Attempt to telnet to the email service to make sure the server isreachable.

  • You must run the following commands from the same machine or virtualinstance where mattermost/bin/mattermost is located.

  • Telnet to the email server with telnetmail.example.com25. Ifthe command works you should see something like

  • Then type something like HELO<yourmailserverdomain>. If thecommand works you should see something like

Note

As we’re not installing telnet by default on the official docker images you either need to use ping on those or install telnet yourself either directly or by modifying the Dockerfile.

Install Ping Docker Linux

Note

For further assistance, review the Troubleshooting forum for previously reported errors, or join the Mattermost user community for troubleshooting help. To submit an improvement or correction to this page, click Edit in the top-right corner of the page.

Configuration Settings¶

See Configuration Settingsdocumentation to customize your deployment.

Updating Docker Preview¶

To delete your existing Docker preview and run a new version use:

Accessing Your Container¶

  • If you wish to gain access to a shell on the container use:

Important

This unofficial guide is maintained by the Mattermost community and this deployment configuration is not yet officially supported by Mattermost, Inc. Community testing, feedback and improvements are welcome and greatly appreciated. You can edit this page on GitHub.

Deploy Mattermost using a multi-node configuration with Docker Compose. Experience with Docker Compose is recommended.

For a single-node preview of Mattermost (without email) see Local Machine Setup using Docker.

Docker Install Wget Centos

If you have any problems installing, see the troubleshooting guide. To submit an improvement or correction, click Edit at the top of this page.

Docker Setup on Ubuntu¶

  1. Install Docker using the Ubuntu online guide or these instructions:

  2. Install Docker Compose using the online guide. You have to download the latest release from the Docker Compose Github page and put the binary on your /usr/local/bin folder. Usually, you can use the following command, replacing $dockerComposeVersion with the Docker Compose version to install:

  3. Deploy the Mattermost Docker

You can get the uid (user ID) and gid (group ID) of the Docker user by running:

Docker Install Git Wget

Ping

Replace <username> with the actual username. The following setup assumes the result above is uid=1000 and gid=1000.

Docker install ping command

Set up using:

The docker-compose network that is created defaults to 172.18.0.0/16. If you need to change the default network this link provides guidelines on how to do that. If the network is already set up with the default, you need to run the following command to remove it. Then, run the command again to regenerate the default network to include the new network setting.

To verify the current Docker network use the following command to list it (you can access information about the options here):

  1. Configure TLS by following the instructions.

  2. Configure Email by following the SMTP email setup guide.

  3. (Optional) To enable enterprise features, go to System Console > Edition and License and select Start trial.

  4. Configure your Server based on the configuration settings documentation.

Once you’ve saved your configurations, start an Enterprise E20 trial via Main Menu > System Console > Edition and License > Start trial.

Additional guides:

  • Start, Stop, and Remove Containers using management instructions.

  • Setup Database Backup following the database backup instructions.

Install ping docker debian

Docker Setup on Arch Linux¶

To install on Arch Linux, see the installation guide on the Arch Linux wiki.

Docker Setup on macOS¶

You can run a deployment on macOS by installing Docker Compose using the online guide then following the above instructions.

Other Options¶

To install Mattermost Team Edition instead of Mattermost Enterprise Edition, open docker-compose.yaml and uncomment the following lines:

Because Base images pulled by Docker, such as Centos and Ubuntu, are the simplest versions and do not include Ping tools, Ping tools are often used to test the network between the two containers when linking Docker to Docker, network and Docker, and Ping tools are needed at this time.

Here are the commands to install the Ping tool under Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get update & & apt-get install iputils-ping

Additional knowledge: standard_init_linux. go: 211: exec user process caused 'no such file or direct issues

Summarized some problems on the Internet

On the Windows environment, part 1 is converted into unix because the file type is dos, and then compiled.

You need to install the dos2unix dos2unix file

This problem does not exist on mac, you need to disable cgo

Add CGO_ENABLED=0 to dockerfile

RUN CGO_ENABLED=0 GOOS=linux GOARCH=amd64 go build .

In the end, there is really no way

There is no problem changing the basic image from alpine to from centos

But this image file is relatively large