1. Get Shell Access To Docker Container
While one of your docker contaier is running you might need to get shell access in order to make some chagnes like resetting password or changing file content.
Open terminal and get list of your running docker containers
Container ID is in this format bbe4a33f4f63
Access the shell mode
docker exec -ti bbe4a33f4f63 sh
After you run this command you will be able to get root shell access to your container.
2. Run Docker As Non-Root User
When docker is installed it creates a user group as docker but you might have
Create a user group
sudo groupadd docker
If it exists it will give you an output
groupadd: group 'docker' already exists
Then add current user to
sudo gpasswd -a $USER docker
Then logout and login to see the effect.
Now you will be able to use docker as non-root user
3. User DockStation To Manage Your Docker Containers
DockStation has been around for a while and is very useful when to comes to manageing a project or bunch of containers. It’s is all you need to manage your workstation.
4. Install Pi-Hole for DNS level ad-blocking
You might be using browser addons to block useless ads and for privacy concern. But they increase the amount of RAM used by your browser. With Pi-Hole you can block any website or take a list of hosts and them to pi-hole then all of them will be blocked at once. You can get list of website which are mostly malware/popups/porn/phishing and bad advertising companies.
Get host from here: https://github.com/StevenBlack/hosts
Just create a container and run change your DNS, then all the ads will be blocked and if there’s a custom website you want to block, just add it to pi-hole via it dashboard