Timm

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  1. Soweit ich weiß, unterstützt Proxmox Docker auch nicht nativ. Dazu müsste man eine VM erstellen in der dann der Docker daemon läuft. Falls es da mittlerweile alternativen gibt, lasse ich mich gerne korrigieren.
  2. I'm facing the same problem. I want to asign a static IP on interface br0 with docker-compose. Does anyone have a tip?
  3. I'm facing the same issue on UnRaid 6.9.2. For what is UnRaid using dnsmasq?
  4. Great work! Thank you very much. Unfotuently, this gave me an error about invalid docker syntax. But after much trail and error, I've got it working. You can show all alias with the same command (without any option parameter / or with -p) You can also inspect an alias with the help of the tool "type": type docker-compose but the output was kind of strange with leading `ocker-compose... tl;dr I changed my alias name from "docker-compose" to "compose" and thats it. EDIT: ok, nvm. it's still broken... the output of my .bash_profile file is: (I added both alias' docker-compose and compose for testing purposes..) [...] alias v="ls -lA" #docker-compose as container alias docker-compose='docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v "$PWD:$PWD" -w="$PWD" docker/compose:latest' alias compose='docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v "$PWD:$PWD" -w="$PWD" docker/compose:latest' alias ll='ls -lah' seems good to me. but when I print the alias list: 'lias compose='docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v "$(PWD):$(PWD)" -w="$(PWD)" docker/compose:latest 'lias docker-compose='docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v "$(PWD):$(PWD)" -w="$(PWD)" docker/compose:latest alias ll='ls -lah' alias ls='/bin/ls $LS_OPTIONS' alias mc='. /usr/share/mc/bin/mc-wrapper.sh' alias user='su -ls /bin/bash' alias v='ls -lA' again these leading 'lias .... and my type compose output: 'ompose is aliased to `docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v "$PWD:$PWD" -w="$PWD" docker/compose:latest I don't get it... when I add the alias via hand, either in the .bash_profile file or directly in the cli, everthing works.. Here is the output from the compose command: docker: invalid reference format. See 'docker run --help'. Do you guys have any ideas?
  5. Thanks for that. That almost worked for me, all I had to do differently is to switch to port 2376.