TL;DR: the "Canonical" version of Kubernetes has been customized by Canonical, the developers of Ubuntu, based upon their experiences of running Kubernetes. "Kubernetes Core" on the other hand is the standard, official, distribution you would find on Kubernetes.io. If you are looking to understand Kubernetes on Ubuntu then I would recommend the Canonical ...
The installation of Windows application can be automated using AutoHotkey (AHK), similar as Winetricks does this for all common apps which support.
Here is example of AHK script which aims to install mentioned application:
WinWait, MetaTrader 5 Setup
WinWait, MetaTrader 5 Setup, ...
So you can use two build stages in your Dockerfile so you don't end up having unnecessary things inside container. Anything from first stage is gone until you move it to second stage. Something like:
FROM whatever as build-stage
RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y unzip
RUN wget https://getcomposer.org/download/1.8.3/composer.phar
Red Hat used to brand Spacewalk as "Red Hat Satellite 5" and decided to scrap it and build a new toolset from the ground up. Red Hat then based what they now brand as "Red Hat Satellite 6" on the Katello plugin for The Foreman.
In addition, the Foreman also has plugins for Docker, Puppet, and several other related systems.
But to be honest, the system is a ...
I can provide some personal experience here. I worked at a company that had the same need. The product was a BeagleBone (like an Arduino or Raspberry Pi) that ran our software and sent data back to our SaaS. It had to be installed inside customer networks, and be a little black box that they didn't touch.
When I walked into this company, management of the ...
We recommend not adding Anaconda to the PATH environment variable, since this can interfere with other software read more ...
Anaconda 4.4 added a feature to the Windows installer so that the “verbose” install information is printed out to a special debug streame read more ...
@PrestonM indicated that:
Whenever I see an "unexpected at this time" error it's in my batch
scripts, and it's either because I didn't use the correct escape
character, or an absolute path is incorrect. I don't see Anaconda
anywhere in your PATH, but I do see Xtralien. Is it possible that you
need to add Anaconda?
OP feedback was:
Not changing ...
I'm not very familiar with Jenkins on Windows, but I imagine your issue lies in the fact installing Jenkins on drives other than C:\ are more difficult to deal with. Since Jenkins is not running, you'll have to configure config.xml by hand.
Here's a post on stackoverflow.com that may help you. As they state, you'll probably need to find the Workspace Root ...
I recommend Chocolatey. There are more and more companies that are adopting this. For example, if one would like to install Gradle and navigates to the installation page:
Chocolatey is “the package manager for Windows”.
$ choco install gradle