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I am getting errors while Building dockerfile to install confluence server in Ubuntu 18.4 machine

d.adsule I'm New Here May 22, 2020

Referring below docker file:


Error Log:

+ apk --no-cache add curl xmlstarlet bash ttf-dejavu libc6-compat gcompat
ERROR: unsatisfiable constraints:
bash (missing):
required by: world[bash]
curl (missing):
required by: world[curl]
gcompat (missing):
required by: world[gcompat]
libc6-compat (missing):
required by: world[libc6-compat]
ttf-dejavu (missing):
required by: world[ttf-dejavu]
xmlstarlet (missing):
required by: world[xmlstarlet]

2 answers

Somewhat tangential to your question, but Atlassian now provides working docker images for Confluence here:

(just in case you just want to run Confluence in docker and don't specifically want to build your own images. That git repo and Dockerfile both seem rather old)

Edit: I take back the old comment - updated two days ago so it's apparently still being maintained.

@d.adsule  Infact you can check with the first answer @Audun_Røe__Kantega_SSO_  as many packages are missing while running your docker.

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