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  1. Hi @Tom3, I followed your steps as above and I can access my docker container via the IP assigned to the selected interface in my case br2/eth2. Can I just clarify with you does this mean that if the container needs to fetch something, it will do so via the selected custom interface and not the default docker interface that is connected to br0/eth0? Thank you.
  2. Thank you for your reply. I agree about the need for security as I imagine a fair number would be linking this to an instance of gitlab or other code managers. I just find it odd that the files needed to run what is being developed is not there. Would you consider setting up the code-server user as a sudoer with limited privileges using command alias a safer option?
  3. Hi linuxserver team, I have a question on the usage of this container. In the container form I am able to install languages such as python etc through the terminal form within the VS Code. The terminal in this version is very limited, no "sudoer". How do I go about installing languages to this container? Thank you. Update: So apparently I have to go to the console via unraid to get to root console and install my languages, this seems a bit counter productive as I am unlikely to have access to said console when I am outside. Is there a better/proper
  4. Hi Everyone, I am aware that I can use the Pipework docker to assign an IP from an interface to the container. My question is that is it possible to create a docker network "mynetwork" and assign say eth2 to it so that it is isolated from the default docker network. Has anyone done this successfully? Thank you in advance.