Nov 5, 2019 · If not already there, it'd be nice if there was a way to specify where VS Code attempts to create the.
What works for me is to create a non-root user in my Dockerfile and then configure the VS Code dev container to use that user.
For example, to create a new directory in the /tmp directory you would type: mkdir /tmp/newdir.
Another option you always have is to simply remove the file that’s blocking your mkdir command. Try it with Dev Containers: Reopen in Container. It is recommended to start vscode as a normal user.
Windows and Linux have different mechanics to deal with privileges.
Steps to reproduce: Add a docker context for a remote server (here alpine Linux and user root via ssh) Try to open one of the example devcontainers (here the C++ one). Second, replace the text /home/YOUR_NAME with /cygdrive/c/Documents and Settings/YOUR_NAME Finally, save the file.
But I get permission denied without sudo,.
You can see Docker Desktop as a. .
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fc-smoke">Mar 31, 2014 · 11. Unless that can somehow be configured/change in vs code when attaching there is probably no way to get this working :-. .
Creating a non-root user. Dec 17, 2022 · class=" fc-falcon">You are apparently running as user app which likely has no privilege to create that folder. You might need to temporarily change to a privileged user for that operation. You can either edit the /etc/passwd file directly and input a proper, preexisting path, or you can utilize the usermod command to change the home directory as follows:. . Originally Docker was though for Linux.
Note: your local must be added in sudoers file.
But I get permission denied without sudo, no matter what I try. This script also creates directories and files.
It is recommended to start vscode as a normal user.
You add the non-root user into the Dockerfile.
To run as root, you must specify an alternate user data directory with the --user-data-dir.
I'm not sure though about the File Format of the said shared folder but as far as I read, it.