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docker entrypoint file

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Issue Description

hi, thanks for this project. I want to run this project in docker , but I get an error.

docker run --name easyauth \
    -e DB_TYPE=sqlite \
    -e DB_NAME=auth \
    -e DB_LOCAL_PATH=/mnt/easyauth \
    -e ISSUER=EasyAuth \
    -e SUBJECT=EasyAuthAuth \
    -e AUDIENCE=EasyAuthApis \
    -e KEY_PATH=/mnt/easyauth \
    -e KEY_NAME=test_key \
    -v $(pwd)/easyauth-vol:/mnt/easyauth \
    -p 8220:8220 \
    -d joshjamison/easyauth:v0.0.0

./ line 3: gunicorn: command not found

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:6 (3 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

codemationcommented, May 10, 2021

Thanks for closing @Turall and for your report / contribution.

Turallcommented, May 10, 2021

@Turall & @Turall - check docs here for latest instructions.

Added updated docker image with following tags:

  • joshjamison/easyauth:v0.0.1
  • joshjamison/easyauth:latest

Let me know how it goes Worked, thank you!

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