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    Tori Wieldt
    @LuckyJackAubrey
    thx
    kainicram
    @kainicram
    I am getting this error when trying to run docker commands: An error occurred trying to connect: Post https://192.168.59.103:2376/v1.19/containers/create: x509: certificate is valid for 127.0.0.1, 10.0.2.15, not 192.168.59.103
    Dave Pippenger
    @dpippen
    what does it mean to delete a container? once I stop the container it no longer exists in docker ps
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @kainicram - this is unfortunately a bug with boot2docker. Try running boot2docker ssh 'sudo /etc/init.d/docker stop && sudo /etc/init.d/docker start'
    @dpippen - docker ps only shows running containers by default. If you run docker ps -a you’ll see your container there
    Sri Radhakrishna
    @sradhakrishna-rms
    imgurpython.helpers.error.ImgurClientError: (400) Image failed to upload.
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @sradhakrishna-rms - is that an error from a cloud server or your local machine?
    Sri Radhakrishna
    @sradhakrishna-rms
    cloud server, I verified that output.gif exists on /home/ubuntu on my cloud server
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @sradhakrishna-rms - aw dang. Which row are you again?
    Sri Radhakrishna
    @sradhakrishna-rms
    row #11
    ec2-54-69-129-181.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com
    Karl Fogel
    @kfogel
    @atbacker Atfer running 'docker pull busybox', I shouldn't expect to see the busybox Docker image in my current working directory, right? Docker is keeping images somewhere else on my system, in some Docker-managed location?
    Craig L Russell
    @CraigLRussell
    what does "delete" mean? Stop your detached container. Then delete that container from your system.
    jcambronero
    @jcambronero
    @CraigLRussell you can use docker rm <containerID> to delete it
    kainicram
    @kainicram
    @atbaker That did the trick! FYI though... the apostrophe at the beginning of the sudo command and at the end of the line are different. When I pasted it in as shown, I was getting the > prompt as though the command was incomplete
    jcambronero
    @jcambronero
    you can also list all containers (even the stopped ones) running docker ps -a
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @sradhakrishna-rms - I can’t get the imgur API to do anything right now. Maybe use the scp command to pull down your GIF to your machine to enjoy it?
    bhattankit
    @bhattankit
    @atbaker -- I stopped the container using docker stop
    the container is now stopped
    what does it mean to delete the container ?
    Babak Naffas
    @fandango-babak
    I'm trying to run gifify but all my commands result in the usage help content
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @kainicram - fixed, thanks!
    @bhattankit - if you run docker start on a stopped container, you can run it again. If you delete the container with docker rm, it’s gone forever
    Dave Pippenger
    @dpippen
    @bhattankit see my same question at 10:22 in this chat
    I'm not able to scrape the video url using the java console trick $('div[src$=mp4]').attr('src') -- I get undefined
    Maxime Deravet
    @maximede
    @dpippen you should use this $('video[src$=mp4]').attr('src')
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @dpippen @maximede - thanks! Let us know if it worked
    Andrew Frank-Loron
    @aflcode
    using local windows boot2docker. Should I worry about this error: Status: Downloaded newer image for maxogden/gifify:latest convert.im6: no decode delegate for this image format `/tmp/magick-9a7HGs8i' @ error/constitute.c/ReadImage/544
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @aflcode - that error is new to me! Maybe try using one of the cloud servers just for the GIF exercise
    @aflcode - or skip it, since the Imgur API seems to be having trouble
    Andrew Frank-Loron
    @aflcode
    Error was a non-issue. the next step to create output.gif worked fine, so if part of image magick is not working, it did not stop my explosive gif!
    Dave Pippenger
    @dpippen
    @atbaker @maximede nice, this works great $('video[src$=mp4]').attr('src')
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @dpippen :smile:
    Karl Fogel
    @kfogel
    @atbaker FWIW, network flakiness is the main blocker -- several tries on 'docker pull atbaker/nginx-example', but so far all have eventually failed with network errors.
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @kfogel - that’s a bummer. Let me know if you need me to grab you a cloud server
    Karl Fogel
    @kfogel
    @atbaker thanks. mrmrmrmph. I might -- sux to lose my usual user-interaction environment (Emacs + all my .emacs customizations, etc) :-), but it may be necessary. Still giving 'docker pull' one more chance. A problem with that program is that it tells you the absolute amount downloaded, but not the percentage -- there's no way to forecast how much is left in a 'docker pull', at least not that I can see.
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @kfogel - yeah, I don’t think I’ve ever figured out a way to track docker pull percentage progress. Sorry it’s been a pain
    Karl Fogel
    @kfogel
    @atbaker It's pulled 6 MB of atbaker/nginx-example ... is that even close? Am I, like, 2% done or 75% done?
    Andrew Tork Baker
    @atbaker
    @kfogel - that’s not much, unfortunately. I would definitely recommend bailing to an EC2 server. Let me know if you can’t edit the doc
    Karl Fogel
    @kfogel
    @atbaker ok, thanks. going to find the doc; brb
    mrkbutty
    @mrkbutty
    Might be useful for exersize1 on windows to outline the method of mounting Windows volumes...eg...
    docker run -v /c/Users/username/temp:/data ..... (note case sensitive)
    I also found it useful to debug the mount using the previous busybox image with the -v option
    LePhenoZi
    @LePhenoZi
    Hello
    il y a quelqu'Un?
    il y a Quelqu'Un?
    Chdanish
    @chdanish
    hi need help with
    E:\docker\docker-flask>docker run -p 5000:80 flask-app
    no response in browser
    Chdanish
    @chdanish
    now working changed from app.run(host='0.0.0.0') to app.run(host='0.0.0.0', port=80)