Quick Question about docker images
I've always used the base cloudron docker image as a base for developing apps, but is that actually required? Looking to port a couple things into the cloudron ecosystem and it would save me tons of time using their docker images
The statement that i heard about this is in the past was a "not required, but greatly recommended".
The integration into Cloudron needs some dependencies to be installed and paths to work. From the top of my head the entrypoint is the same for all containers and bash needs to be installed for the terminal in the Cloudron dashboard to work.
@fbartels That makes sense, I always used cloudron base images in my builds, I'll continue to do so then.
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It's also a huge savings on disk to have most apps based on the same base image instead of many independent ones adding up to Gigabytes of duplication.