Using docker from dockerHub


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I'm trying to use a docker from the hub, since there is no CA version of it. Per the last line of this, one place to start is to ask if a member here will convert it.

 

Here is the dockerfile (it is for a Mastodon instance). If anyone is interested in customizing that docker for unRAID, please reply.

 

When I try to just use the docker with the unRAID GUI, it doesn't start. I put "/mnt/user/appdata/mastodon/public/system" for Host Path 1 (Container Path: /mastodon/public/system). Perhaps I should just have used "/mnt/user/appdata/mastodon". The log file is below. Please reply with info if there are some simple changes/ configs one can alter to make this work.

 

tini (tini version 0.14.0)
Usage: tini [OPTIONS] PROGRAM -- [ARGS] | --version

Execute a program under the supervision of a valid init process (tini)

Command line options:

--version: Show version and exit.
-h: Show this help message and exit.
-s: Register as a process subreaper (requires Linux >= 3.4).
-v: Generate more verbose output. Repeat up to 3 times.
-g: Send signals to the child's process group.
-l: Show license and exit.

Environment variables:

TINI_SUBREAPER: Register as a process subreaper (requires Linux >= 3.4)
TINI_VERBOSITY: Set the verbosity level (default: 1)

tini (tini version 0.14.0)
Usage: tini [OPTIONS] PROGRAM -- [ARGS] | --version

Execute a program under the supervision of a valid init process (tini)

Command line options:

--version: Show version and exit.
-h: Show this help message and exit.
-s: Register as a process subreaper (requires Linux >= 3.4).
-v: Generate more verbose output. Repeat up to 3 times.
-g: Send signals to the child's process group.
-l: Show license and exit.

Environment variables:

TINI_SUBREAPER: Register as a process subreaper (requires Linux >= 3.4)
TINI_VERBOSITY: Set the verbosity level (default: 1)

 

This docker expects an account to exist. Is there a way I can do this? I found this discussion, which may be similar.

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