Hi can a please get a little bit of help. I have a new Ubuntu Instance with Docker running on it.I just want to connect to the default worker pool and provide some compute services. I'm getting a bit confused about the instructions here https://docs.iex.ec/worker.html . I see that I have to edit this default template of variables with some specifics of my own. The defaults are docker run -d --name "MY_WORKER_NAME" \ --hostname "MY_WORKER_NAME" \ --env "IEXEC_WORKER_NAME=MY_WORKER_NAME" \ --env "IEXEC_CORE_HOST=public-pool.iex.ec" \ --env "IEXEC_CORE_PORT=18090" \ --env "IEXEC_WORKER_WALLET_PATH=/iexec-wallet/wallet.json" \ --env "IEXEC_WORKER_WALLET_PASSWORD=MY_PASSWORD" \ -v PATH_TO_MY_WALLET_FILE:/iexec-wallet/wallet.json \ -v /tmp/iexec-worker:/tmp/iexec-worker\ -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \ iexechub/iexec-worker:3.X.X
Once I edit, should I save it in a new image and then run in docker on my new AWS instance?
I have not run anything in docker before so I'm learning as I go.
@AdrianWoodward I am on the same boat let me know if you found a solution
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