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#1 Jan 28 2019 04:14am
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Hey guys, apparently it is very hard to find people that knows their thing when it comes to Linux installations, permissions, security and stuff like that...

Do anyone here know if there are some good forum or some other place where you can meet Linux-freelancers for minor jobs here and there??

Obviously, the price-tag should be human, but I would definitely come up with money above the hourly salary for one in this business!

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#2 Jan 28 2019 04:29am
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What are you looking to have done?

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#3 Jan 28 2019 04:31am
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Quote (Klexmoo @ Jan 28 2019 11:29am)
What are you looking to have done?


Well, docker to be installed in a safe way, on a server with whm and loads of running users. Things has to be done properly, first question is if it is even possible, second is if a user could use docker (after the installation) freely without the ability to access root file or damage the server :)

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#4 Jan 28 2019 04:35am
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Quote (ium @ 28 Jan 2019 11:31)
Well, docker to be installed in a safe way, on a server with whm and loads of running users. Things has to be done properly, first question is if it is even possible, second is if a user could use docker freely without the ability to access root file or damage the server :)


The solution is to run the docker container with permissions from a specific user, rather than running the container as root.

Docker was made for this kind of thing, it's not super complicated :-)

https://medium.com/@mccode/processes-in-containers-should-not-run-as-root-2feae3f0df3b

^ That should help you out.
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#5 Jan 28 2019 04:44am
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Quote (Klexmoo @ Jan 28 2019 11:35am)
The solution is to run the docker container with permissions from a specific user, rather than running the container as root.

Docker was made for this kind of thing, it's not super complicated :-)

https://medium.com/@mccode/processes-in-containers-should-not-run-as-root-2feae3f0df3b

^ That should help you out.


Thanks a lot!! Will read this in a few hours and see if I can solve this securely on my own.

I'll send you a donation if I solve it! :hail:
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#6 Feb 9 2019 04:29pm
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What distro are you using?

The arch irc has a ton of people in it all day that are willing to walk people through pretty much anything :)

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#7 Feb 10 2019 06:17am
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Quote (Dasani @ Feb 9 2019 11:29pm)
What distro are you using?

The arch irc has a ton of people in it all day that are willing to walk people through pretty much anything :)


there's an irc network full of sysadmins?? :D

I use centos
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Are you hosting it in the cloud? Each provider has their own container management
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#9 Feb 14 2019 07:43am
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Quote (drwl @ Feb 14 2019 10:30am)
Are you hosting it in the cloud? Each provider has their own container management


Was a deddi, and this was solved by running docker locally :)

Thanks for your response, looking forward to read your future inputs in this haven!
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