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Run full OS in docker


snoopy86

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Run chrome, edit documents, pictures, just like normal ubuntu... Connect to it from terminal.

 

i have rdp containers for libreoffice, there are several around for photo-editing.

 

chrome the browser ?

 

you'd be running a web browser to rdp into a container to run a web browser ?

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Run chrome, edit documents, pictures, just like normal ubuntu... Connect to it from terminal.

 

i have rdp containers for libreoffice, there are several around for photo-editing.

 

chrome the browser ?

 

you'd be running a web browser to rdp into a container to run a web browser ?

 

To likely use a vpn configured web browser so as to hide criminal activities...

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Run chrome, edit documents, pictures, just like normal ubuntu... Connect to it from terminal.

 

i have rdp containers for libreoffice, there are several around for photo-editing.

 

chrome the browser ?

 

you'd be running a web browser to rdp into a container to run a web browser ?

 

To likely use a vpn configured web browser so as to hide criminal activities...

 

or ........

 

 

large_WarGamesScene.jpg

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Run chrome, edit documents, pictures, just like normal ubuntu... Connect to it from terminal.

 

i have rdp containers for libreoffice, there are several around for photo-editing.

 

chrome the browser ?

 

you'd be running a web browser to rdp into a container to run a web browser ?

 

To likely use a vpn configured web browser so as to hide criminal activities...

 

or ........

 

 

large_WarGamesScene.jpg

 

Which is criminal activity...

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Yeah, that would be the main goal :)

 

No, seriously. To replace stationary pc's with thin clients which connect to the os which is running in docker. Like thin clients connecting to vm-s now.

 

Don't know if that is possible yet within the docker but look how far the progress of has been made in a short period.

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... For us without server with virtualization capability...

 

This bit interests me. Why do you think this is the case?

 

Dockers really arent meant to be used the way you want to use them so I suggest we look at the above first.

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