Best Docker Containers For Lawyers?

Quote from: sadpandatech on April 23, 2012, 03:46:37 AM I’ve been thinking about this. What are the best docker containers for lawyers?

I think you’d be better off using a proper virtual machine running paravirtualized Linux to run your app in. If you’re really needing all that “parity” with Windows and MacOSX then one of those should do it… Well unless you actually need linux binaries like gtk or .so files (which can’t be easily handled by VMs).

If you want more flexibility and don’t mind paying some money there is also Docker for x86_64 hosts which lets you use regular 64-bit Linux distributions inside a container whereas it currently doesn’t appear to work at all on x86_32 hosts (though once they fix that problem I expect we’ll see both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Docker available).

http://www.dotnetfiddle.com/VirtualizationAndContainers#DockerI think you’d be better off using a proper virtual machine running paravirtualized Linux to run your app in. If you’re really needing all that “parity” with Windows and MacOSX then one of those should do it… Well unless you actually need linux binaries like gtk or .so files (which can’t be easily handled by VMs).If you want more flexibility and don’t mind paying some

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