Commit 2f2318e5 authored by Mark Robinson's avatar Mark Robinson

Update README.md

parent ce5902a1
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So, the stack to build the images that work on Renku is a bit convoluted, so here is a description of the layers of layers that are involved. This is mostly left as a memento to remind myself how I did it. If I were to do it again, it would probably be worth organizing it all into one github repo.
First, we took an image from rocker (I think Carl Boettiger is to thank for these) and I uploaded it to my own dockerhub, like this:
First, we took an image from rocker (I think Carl Boettiger is to thank for these; these were freshly built following the recent change to `R 4.0.0`) and I uploaded it to my own dockerhub, like this:
```
docker pull rockerdev/rstudio:4.0.0
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docker push markrobinsonuzh/renku:r4.0.0_bioc
```
Note: [markrobinsonuzh/bioconductor_docker](https://github.com/markrobinsonuzh/bioconductor_docker) is forked from [Bioconductor/bioconductor_docker](https://github.com/Bioconductor/bioconductor_docker).
Next, using Renku's previous docker builds (I'll thank Rok and Emma and Christine here, possibly others!), the tools that are needed under the hood of Renku are added:
```
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docker push markrobinsonuzh/renku:r4.0.0_bioc_renku
```
And then, it's _just_ Renku:
Note: [markrobinsonuzh/renkulab-docker](https://github.com/markrobinsonuzh/renkulab-docker) is forked from [SwissDataScienceCenter/renkulab-docker](https://github.com/SwissDataScienceCenter/renkulab-docker).
And then, it's _just_ from Renku:
```
docker build -t markrobinsonuzh/renku:r4.0.0_bioc_renku_bio334ss2020 https://renkulab.io/gitlab/mark.robinson/bio334_spring2020.git
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