I spent a whole lot of time today inside a docker container, installing software and making changes to the environment, setting everything up the way I need it.
Then I realized none of that has been retained. Here is exactly what I have done:
- create directory
- shell script template docker_run.sh and paste the template
- modify to use the right tag: CONTAINER_IMAGE=“dustynv/ros:galactic-pytorch-l4t-r32.7.1”
- save and make it executable: chmod 755 docker_run.sh
- run it ./docker_run.sh
Upon execution I get the following output:
xhost: unable to open display "" xauth: file /home/administrator/.Xauthority does not exist xauth: (argv):1: unable to read any entries from file "(stdin)"
running 5. above with sudo does not change anything either.
Did some search on google, but only got me more confused:
Seems like I have to commit changes made to the docker container, but even after reading for a solid two hours and following some other tutorials, I’m still not sure how I can commit changes to the docker container. And if that needs to be done from within or outside,…
As above stated, I used a docker image from here:
Please let me know how I can retain my changes, so I don’t have to re-do the entire setup everytime :-/