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48 Comments

Que Quinton

May 19, 2020

Thank you for the great content. I love the jam at the end of this video !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Onion Boy

May 19, 2020

feel really aspiring by Chuck…
like the way he lecturing…

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Morad Echarkaoui

May 19, 2020

Hey chuck ! Thanks for the video. I just created my first docker containers thanks to you. 🙂 Pretty awesome. You videos also made start learning linux. You were right : there is no reason to think it's scary !!

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Elwyndor

May 19, 2020

How do we access the OS GUI in the Docker container?

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malkta1

May 19, 2020

I love your content. please keep up the good job => please more content about docker 🙂

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Lucky Oswald

May 19, 2020

I installed Docker Desktop on Windows 10 but the OS became very slow, even after enabling HyperV. Because I need to use VPN clients for remote work and Windows became extremely heavy and slow, I had to uninstall.

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Ivan Rosa

May 19, 2020

Nice Vid chuck, I'm glad you didn't buy a new system yet, the new Intel 10 gen for Desktop is around the corner, I can't wait 'til MicroCenter @ 610 gets them!!!!

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Nader Afshari

May 19, 2020

I was looking at your channel and bumped into this video after making a comment on the last video! Thank you for making this video (and all the other videos). It may be good to put a link in the first video's description to this one.

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Nick Grimm

May 19, 2020

You can right-click the start button and open Windows Power Shell straight from there. So much faster.

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John J. Dineen

May 19, 2020

It only works if you have the Windows 10 Professional or Enterprise!!! Bummmmmmed:(

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William Baldwin

May 19, 2020

I also lost my job due to this virus. Waiting on Unemployment, the 600 a week plus your normal wage is way higher than anything I could find. So during this I plan on learning some new skills. Video and audio editing is one thing with some music. I am A+ and Network+, but that was from 2005/06, though I never was offered a job.

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William Baldwin

May 19, 2020

Remember Microsoft's way:

Embrace, extend, and extinguish

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Tony me

May 19, 2020

How about explaining to your viewers what the prereqs are in Windows 10 to run containers, or how to configure the virtual machine to host Containers?

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Tony me

May 19, 2020

OW. This hurts yet again. Why do you consider yourself a person to explain this to others? You really need to talk to someone who knows what they are talking about before you make any more videos on this subject. To clarify, you can have Windows containers or HyperV containers. Not DOCKER containers. HyperV containers are isolated instances that are running, that is why you can run Linux in them or Windows containers that start user processes in the underlying Windows system (which then uses the Linux subsystem). As I have told you in other videos, Docker is just a managemnt layer for your containers, nothing more.

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KB UBUNTU

May 19, 2020

actually windows is dying linux is the future and microsoft know

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roboedar

May 19, 2020

Dude! I get those eye twitches and never associated it with drinking coffee. Happened to reduce my coffee intake by a lot and it went away.

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Paul Vincent

May 19, 2020

how do you actually run a container – say Alpine – is it a web gui. I certainly seem to be missing the end result

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Riding Solo

May 19, 2020

My CNC table runs like this using windows 10 pro with Linux subsystems with a Linux IoT SBC controller totally open source which is the reason I'm here to learn this so I can make my CNC table work the way I want it too.

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Joe Neville

May 19, 2020

"The cool thing about docker is that you can spin up virtual machines…" Dude, you made an error in the opening to your error correction video.

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R S

May 19, 2020

Everyone makes mistakes man.. you owned your mistake, learned from it, and corrected yourself!! That makes you better than most people out there!! Keep up the awesome videos!!

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Thierry Coton

May 19, 2020

You lag behind bro…https://devblogs.microsoft.com/premier-developer/running-docker-windows-and-linux-containers-simultaneously/

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Will it Scale

May 19, 2020

I'm pretty sure Docker is only available on Windows 10 professional due to it's ability to utilise virtualisation. It's also not just windows subsystems for linux, you can also use Hyper-V or Virtual box as a host kernel. There is limitations of Docker on Windows such as Docker Swarm and it's ability to mount volumes.

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Mixer

May 19, 2020

Can I do the same using kubernetes?

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L Grullon

May 19, 2020

Thank you Chuck, the Linux previous video was awesome…this one is also super awesome…please keep posting docker stuff for us.

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Ankit Singh

May 19, 2020

can we run windows in docker container

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Ankit Singh

May 19, 2020

podman is different than Docker?

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Mr H

May 19, 2020

Would like to see how you access the files inside a docker container ( copy files from host machine )and move the same docker to another host

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Robert Clithero

May 19, 2020

He NetworkChuck, can you do me a favor and check out https://www.darktrace.com/en/ let me know what you think?

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catharsis222

May 19, 2020

The only reason Microsoft is even embracing open source and docker and making inroads with Linux is only solely due to one thing. The replacement of salesman Steve Ballmer to the guru Satya Nadella. I am sure you knew this already. Bill Gates and Satya Nadella are integral parts of Microsoft History in their respective eras!

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Rowland O'Connor

May 19, 2020

That's cool, using Windows as a host.
But why?
Windows hosts require licensing and more frequent reboots than a Linux host.
Also trying to find a VPS provider offering Windows Hyper-V capable of hosting Docker is fairly rare.

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mrwhitebp

May 19, 2020

yeah try to run iptables on that shit

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Shaun M

May 19, 2020

I do a bit of programming and the most exciting thing about docker for me is the isolation and scalability of Docker, I can build my program/microservice into a container, I don't have to worry about a different application updating part of the operating system that my program relies on, thus breaking my program or bringing my service down. If I want to make a program that is based of python2.7 i can start with that image, build my program on it and deploy it on the same virtual machine as a python3.6 container and not have them fight or have separate VMs for each sub dependency. Then the scalability comes in when the program is built into microservices. Take a web application, if your current setup can't handle the current amount of traffic with one command you can add any amount of copies of the front end software to cater for the increased traffic, then if your number crunching part is not getting through the work fast enough you can always add more workers, or if the requirements drop you can always scale down and save some money on the cloud.

I have even had times on my home Nas where the OS update has killed one of my home services which would require a full uninstall and reinstall to work again whereas if I was running it in a container the container would not care one bit because it is isolated, so you can have your VMs updated with the latest security patches and not worry about the applications on them, admittedly the programmers should be making sure their images are secure but that's another docker topic…

I think this is where @NetworkChuck is getting at, you may not need to know how to build the image as a service/network/devOPs admin but you will need to look at traffic and scale dockers up and down to suit the application needs or you will need to define the auto-scale rules if your doing something crazy with Kubenetes, i'm still trying to work that one out lol

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Charles Khedia

May 19, 2020

Can you say how to set reverse proxy using dns (named) in centos 7 ? I got project due next week.

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Kali Linux on Android

May 19, 2020

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Ferouze

May 19, 2020

This is a gem, glad I found this channel. I have a request, if you could give us some episodes on how Dockers are being used in organizations and some kubernetes, the lunch is on me when you are in Dubai.

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Kuku Djamasi

May 19, 2020

the music at the end of the video, what's the title, please

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Sam H

May 19, 2020

Can you do a LXC vid? + for calling out your mistake

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Paul Munro

May 19, 2020

Love all of your videos buddy – greetings from the UK!

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Ashutosh singh

May 19, 2020

How to run GUI program in docker??

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Kaba Zulkifil

May 19, 2020

Thanks @NetworkChuck for this video on Dockers. Could you please record a video where you gonna talk about the difference between Dockers, Virtualizer and Hypervisor ? I will appreciate that. Thanks in advance.

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lollubrick

May 19, 2020

for the eye twitching see if some magnesium supplement helps

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Mahfuz Azam

May 19, 2020

I get super excited when I see NetworkChuck videos! There's always something unique with your style of teaching! Now I'm more than excited about learning Docker! Thanks a lot and keep up the good work!

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tears falling

May 19, 2020

just wanting to say that i really appreciate the work you put into these videos, love seeing someone as passionate as you, keep up the good work

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Muhammad Umair

May 19, 2020

Can you install GUI for linux and access it through vnc as well on docker?

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Kelvin Tran

May 19, 2020

More Docker!

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Rumen Novachkov

May 19, 2020

Please show how to run containers which needs same ports to operate. For example I am trying to run PiHole and Gitlab-ce on Raspberry Pi 4 4Gb. Thank you in advane.

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starscreamm

May 19, 2020

You should do some software engineering videos……..

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Bhavana

May 19, 2020

Video on creating a network on containers pls. Is that even possible?

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