I want to use docker,but there isn’t have a “readme.md”
First of all, Gitpod is a Kubernetes application. Our documentation to install Gitpod on a Kubernetes cluster is here: https://www.gitpod.io/docs/self-hosted/latest/self-hosted/
However, we have also a Docker image that has a k3s Kubernetes cluster included with Gitpod here: https://github.com/gitpod-io/gitpod/tree/master/install/docker/
There are also some example `docker-compose.yml´ files. You’ll find some examples and hints on how to run this when you search here in the community forum and in the issue tracker at https://github.com/gitpod-io/gitpod/issues. A documentation will follow soon.
Please let me know if you have further questions.
not sure if anyone has tried the updated docker-compose yaml file here
I get 502 Bad Gateway
not sure if screenshot helps
on the plus side its recognised my certs
How big is your hard disk ?
@hm2075 Please provide the output of
$ docker-compose exec gitpod kubectl get pods
we can close this
i managed to get things running on kubernetes (centos)
both v0.5.0 and one of your latest branches, i will provide detailed instructions for the community,
starting from a clean centos 8 build, installing kubernetes, mysql minio and ofcourse gitpod
i am making good progress, only issue I am finding is the inability to install extensions on both 0.5.0 and any of your new builds. issue logged in another thread