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Development repository for the docker cookbook

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DSL and Gem for defining an AWS architecture

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Sinatra refactored, only seven lines now. More popular than a pair of socks.

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Starter examples of ansible playbooks & environments

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Aggregate REST API calls easily on a sandboxed Nginx+Lua env

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Mesos cluster provisioning and orchestration using Packer and Terraform. An open-source platform for apps, microservices and big data.

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issue openedabiosoft/colima

Allow overriding Lima YAML config

Hi there,

Thank you again for the project.

Would it be possible to allow passing a YAML to either completely replace the default Lima config or override (think merging with your YAML config)?

The issue is that there's no way to modify networks for example (and would not be a good idea imo to port to CLI args).

Let me know your thoughts.

Cheers

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issue commentabiosoft/colima

Expose Docker socket from VM

Closing, socket is located in ~/.colima/docker.sock.

Thank you again for the project!

scalp42

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issue closedabiosoft/colima

Expose Docker socket from VM

Hi there,

Thank you a lot for the project!

What would be the best approach to be able to talk to Docker inside the VM from the host? The idea is to use something like docker-compose from the host machine.

Currently, I'm forwarding the socket in Lima through lima.yaml:

portForwards:
  - guestSocket: "/var/run/docker.sock"
    hostSocket: "{{.Home}}/.lima/colima/docker.sock"

The issue right now is that colima delete will nuke the colima folder within ~/.lima and I can't seem to find a way to pass a specific YAML when creating the VM (colima start/stop will revert the YAML as well).

Let me know if there's a manual way. Currently docker ps and anything else will work but I'm not quite sure what's the magic.

Thank you in advance!

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issue openedabiosoft/colima

Expose Docker socket from VM

Hi there,

Thank you a lot for the project!

What would be the best approach to be able to talk to Docker inside the VM from the host? The idea is to use something like docker-compose from the host machine.

Currently, I'm forwarding the socket through lima.yaml:

portForwards:
  - guestSocket: "/var/run/docker.sock"
    hostSocket: "{{.Home}}/.lima/colima/docker.sock"

Let me know if there's a better way.

Thank you in advance!

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issue openedhashicorp/vagrant-vmware-desktop

Shared folders are not mounted unless gui is set to true

Vagrant version

Vagrant 2.2.19

Vagrant VMware plugin version

vagrant-vmware-desktop (3.0.1, global)
  - Version Constraint: > 0

Vagrant VMware utility version

1.0.21

Host operating system

macOS Montery 12.0.1

Guest operating system

Ubuntu 20.04 focal arm64 

Vagrantfile

Vagrant.configure("2") do |c|
  c.berkshelf.enabled = false if Vagrant.has_plugin?("vagrant-berkshelf")
  c.vm.box = "axnetlabs/axnetlabs_focal_arm64"
  c.vm.box_check_update = true
  c.vm.hostname = "default-ubuntu-1804.vagrantup.com"
  c.ssh.insert_key = false
  c.vm.network(:private_network, {:type=>"dhcp"})
  c.vm.synced_folder ".", "/vagrant", disabled: true
  c.vm.synced_folder "/Users/scalp/.aws", "/root/.aws", disabled: false, owner: 'root', group: 'root'
  c.vm.synced_folder "/Users/scalp/.aws", "/home/vagrant/.aws", disabled: false, owner: 'vagrant', group: 'vagrant'
  c.vm.provider :vmware_fusion do |p|
    p.gui = false
    p.vmx["memsize"] = "1024"
    p.vmx["numvcpus"] = "1"
  end
end

Expected behavior

Shared folders should be mounted:

gui_is_true

Actual behavior

Shared folders are not mounted:

gui_is_false

Steps to reproduce

Just change gui to true/false and vagrant up:

  1. If gui is set to false, you'll need to open VMware Fusion, click File, click Scan for Virtual Machines... and scan the .vagrant/machines/default/vmware_fusion/RANDOM_ID directory so you can add the VM to GUI
  2. If gui is set to true, the VM will appear directly in VMware Fusion as it'll be located in /Users/$(whoami)/Virtual Machines.

PS: I'm using kitchen-test but it should not matter as it just drives the Vagrantfile linked above.

Thanks in advance for looking into it!

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