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Using thecodingmachine docker images with podman

I wanted to quickly develop something. I thought this is the perfect timing to migrate mentally from the insecure and almost dead docker to the alive and secure podman.

I went to the page of thecodingmachine and tried it with the following one-liner:

podman run -p 80:80 --rm --name php-bazzline -v "$PWD":/var/www/html thecodingmachine/php:7.4-v3-apache

Sadly nothing is working so I've created a feature request asking for podman support.

My current workaround is following

sudo -c "echo '<username>:100000:65536' >> /etc/subuid"
sudo -c "echo '<username>:100000:65536' >> /etc/subgid"
sudo reboot

And adapt the start up as following to prevent port issues (you are not allowed - by default - to use ports below 1024).

podman run -p 8080:80 --rm --name php-bazzline -v "$PWD":/var/www/html thecodingmachine/php:7.4-v3-apache

Thats it.

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