Base Images are pre-built containers that serve as the "starting point" for Project environments.
Base Images are maintained via two types of repositories. First a public git repo (https://github.com/gigantum/base-images) stores metadata about each revision of each Base. This is used by the Client to know the capabilities of a Base and installed packages. Second, public container repositories on DockerHub store the actual Docker images.
The Client by default is configured to use
https://github.com/gigantum/base-images as its Base repository. The Client supports both replacing this repository and adding additional repositories via it's configuration file.
For example, the repository
https://github.com/my-fake-namespace/base-images could be used instead of the default bases by creating the file
~/gigantum/.labmanager/config.yaml with the contents
# Environment Management Configuration # URLs can specify a non-default branch using the format <url>@<branch> environment: repo_url: - "https://github.com/my-fake-namespace/base-images.git" iframe: enabled: false allowed_origin: localhost:10000
If you instead want to add the Bases in addition to the defaults, config.yaml would look like:
# Environment Management Configuration # URLs can specify a non-default branch using the format <url>@<branch> environment: repo_url: - "https://github.com/gigantum/base-images.git" - "https://github.com/my-fake-namespace/my-base-images.git" iframe: enabled: false allowed_origin: localhost:10000
Custom Base images can be created and hosted by following the instructions in the README at https://github.com/gigantum/base-images. While a registry running inside a private network will work, currently all image repositories must be set public, as the Client cannot associate docker credentials with a registry.
Updated 11 months ago