Morpheus via Docker
Some instructions from Ryan Hausen on how to use Morpheus with Docker:
Working With the Docker Image
Here’s my process that I use when working with Docker on a remote machine. I usually run a ssh session in the remote machine and edit files locally using sshfs.
1. Make a working directory where the data and scripts will go in my local machine. For example, I’ll make an empty dir in Documents:
2. Next, ssh into the remote machine and make a directory that will be mounted using sshfs and will mirror our local dir (leave this terminal open):
3. Use sshfs to mount the remote dir to our local dir:
Now we have a remote terminal that is in a dir that is mounted locally. Add all of the files that you want to work to the local dir and you can work from there.
4. Let’s start using Docker in the remote terminal:
5. Now you’re in the Docker Image! When you make changes to your local dir, they will get mirrored toyour remote dir which is mounted in Docker, so they will be reflected in the Docker image as well.
6. For general use see the docs: