Watch this video to see how easy it is to create and connect to a Docker machine. In this example, we launch a PG Admin container and connect to the interface using the RONIN Link desktop application.

To check you are in the correct docker group, enter the following into the machines terminal.

groups

You should see the group name docker. If not follow the below steps:

sudo usermod -aG docker ubuntu

Now close your terminal window and re-open/connect again. Check by running the groups command again.

groups

Now we can run the docker commands without the need to use sudo.

docker run -v ~/Documents/pgadminls:/tmp -d -p 5050:5050 --name pgadmin thajeztah/pgadmin4:latest

If for some reason you cannot install the RONIN Link application, you can connect to the docker machine from your desktop terminal using the following command:

ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" -L 5050:localhost:5050 ubuntu@webserver.ronin.cloud

See here for more info.

Using AWS ECR?

Ok, now we have confused you talking about permissions, let's start. To give your machine access to ECR, run the following command.

aws ecr get-login --no-include-email --region ap-southeast-2

This will print out a login command. Copy and paste yours into the terminal to login.

docker login -u AWS -p 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 https://99999999999.dkr.ecr.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com

To list out the repositories run this command  adding your AWS region.

aws ecr describe-repositories --region ap-southeast-2

To pull the docker container down to the machine use the "repositoryUri" for your container.

docker pull 9999999999.dkr.ecr.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/my-container

To run the container

docker run -v ~/Documents/pgadminls:/tmp -d -p 5050:5050 --name pgadmin  9999999999.dkr.ecr.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/my-container