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Initial TOC brainstorming page as inspired by lnovich and smccann
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==Chapters ==
 
1. What are Linux containers?
 
1. What are Linux containers?
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2. What is Docker?
 
2. What is Docker?
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3. How can I find images?
 
3. How can I find images?
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3.1 General / "Safety" information about trusting images you have not made yourself
 
3.1 General / "Safety" information about trusting images you have not made yourself
 
3.1.A resist the temptation to SSH into another machine or git push from a shell in a docker container / image not built by yourself
 
3.1.A resist the temptation to SSH into another machine or git push from a shell in a docker container / image not built by yourself
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4. How do I make my own image?
 
4. How do I make my own image?
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5. How can I use my Image / Container?
 
5. How can I use my Image / Container?
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6. How can I save the changes in my container, or call the same container over and over?
 
6. How can I save the changes in my container, or call the same container over and over?
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7. How do I clean up all these containers laying around?
 
7. How do I clean up all these containers laying around?

Revision as of 03:17, 7 July 2015

Initial TOC brainstorming page as inspired by lnovich and smccann

Chapters

1. What are Linux containers?

2. What is Docker?

3. How can I find images?

3.1 General / "Safety" information about trusting images you have not made yourself 3.1.A resist the temptation to SSH into another machine or git push from a shell in a docker container / image not built by yourself

4. How do I make my own image?

5. How can I use my Image / Container?

6. How can I save the changes in my container, or call the same container over and over?

7. How do I clean up all these containers laying around?