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If you are a Laravel Developer and you heard of Docker and thought it's cool! than this tip is for you. There's a big chance you are currently using Laravel's Homestead as a development environment. Homestead is a just a command line tool that helps you initilaize and booting a Virtual Machine vi...
To manipulate packets inside a container (whether by `iptables` or `tc`), you will need kernel-level access which is not usually provided to a container. For this reason, you will need to run your container in "privileged" mode. You can do this with the `--privileged` parametert to `docker run`. ...
It's very easy to get a Hadoop environment up and running with minimal time and effort, if you're willing to use Docker. If you don't already have Docker installed, follow the instructions on their site. Then, pull down this image which already has a fully functioning environment running CDH5 ...
This original quick tip was posted years ago while it is still valid, much has changed, with more energy and time going into Docker improving build processes it would be worth while to create a "Makefile" to help increase reliability and reduce errors. # Creating data container $docker run ...