Hey, I was just trying to install the application, but when it was going to download the docker image, it gave me this error:
Docker Error: (HTTP code 404) no such container - No such image: cloudron/org.apache.guacamole.cloudronapp:20220103-174843-327f997e6
I already have my own thoughts on this such as my IP being banned, so I tried to connect to a VPN, but it disconnects the device from the domain, so it won't load(or this is what I thought, cuz cloudron didn't load with VPN for me)
I also have the full log file, but i didn't upload it since i thought it isn't needed and might include some personal information, but if you think it might help, tell me so i would upload it.
@girish it's as I guessed, my public IP address is blocked by the docker service I guess which means it gives me 403 error, so I have to download it with VPN, I can do it, but if I turn on VPN, the cloudron service would be down till I turn off my VPN(which is no problem, i don't use it in that while)
the main problem is, let's say I pull the image manually, how can i tell cloudron to install from the image? is it even possible?
let's say I pull the image manually, how can i tell cloudron to install from the image?
The way it usually works is that docker will not pull an image/tag that it already has locally. So by pulling it manually Cloudron should not pull it again, as it already exists locally.
Instead of turning on your vpn and pulling the image, you could also pull the image on a different host, use
docker exportto export and then
docker importto import on your Cloudron host.
@fbartels so I just have to have it on my local, and what about the installation? should I put my pulled image somewhere or?
I haven't worked with docker so I don't know how docker works, all I know is it gets the app codes/image, I don't know if it has an address or anything that should be placed somewhere so it can be installed or .......
also, I can't export and import to my device since all of my devices IP are banned, so I have to just turn the VPN on anyway,
so I should just pull the docker image(any directory) and try re-installing it?