Zypper Install Docker

Use command line to install docker. Use zypper to install, if you don’t want interactive use #zypper -n install docker. Zypper install docker. Loading repository data Reading installed packages Resolving package dependencies The following 13 NEW packages are going to be installed: containerd criu docker docker-bash-completion docker. As long as the repository is enabled, zypper will always try to access it any time you attempt to install packages. That's why I always remove the CD/DVD repo after installing. With time, many packages from the CD/DVD will get obsolete anyway, and zypper will download them from the online repos.

The first time you run the GroupWise Web image, you need to specify the folder that has the web.conf file and (optionally) your TLS certificates. For convenience, the Web Client can create certificates for your system. For information about certificate best practices in GroupWise, see Certificate Best Practices in the GroupWise 18 Administration Guide.

You can either download the GroupWise Web image from the Micro Focus download site or through Docker.

NOTE:The Micro Focus download should be used if your server doesn’t have access to the Internet. Otherwise, we recommend you use the Docker image.

Using the Micro Focus Download

Zypper Install Docker-ce

  • Download the gw18.3.0-xxx-web_docker.tar.gz from the GroupWise download site on your docker server.

  • Run the following command to load the docker image (make sure to replace the xxx in the file name):

  • Run the following command to view a list of your docker images. Make sure the GroupWise Web image is in the list:

  • Run the following command to run the image (use the information from the GroupWise Web Worksheet to fill out the command):

    EXAMPLES:

    To run with GroupWise self-signed certificates:

    To run with commercially signed certificates:

    NOTE:/opt/novell/gw/certs should contain the server.key and server.crt files.

    You can add --restart always after run -d in the command to have the image restart automatically after rebooting the docker server. If you use --restart, remove --rm from your command as they don’t work together.

  • (Optional) If you want to run GW Web on a different ports than 80 and 443 (this is useful if you have more than one server running in Docker), you should change the initial port number (i.e. -p <port>:80 -p <TLS_port>:443) and add -e TLS_REDIR_PORT=<port> -e TLS_REDIR_PORT=<TLS_port>.

Using the Docker Image

  • Run the following command to pull down the GroupWise Web image:

  • Run the following command to run the image (use the information from the GroupWise Web Worksheet to fill out the command):

    EXAMPLES:

    To run with GroupWise self-signed certificates:

    To run with commercially signed certificates:

    NOTE:/opt/novell/gw/certs should contain the server.key and server.crt files.

    You can add --restart always after run -d in the command to have the image restart automatically after rebooting the docker server. If you use --restart, remove --rm from your command as they don’t work together.

  • (Optional) If you want to run GW Web on a different ports than 80 and 443 (this is useful if you have more than one server running in Docker), you should change the initial port number (i.e. -p <port>:80 -p <TLS_port>:443) and add -e TLS_REDIR_PORT=<port> -e TLS_REDIR_PORT=<TLS_port>.

Install

Install Docker On Ubuntu

You can now access GroupWise Web by going to https://<Docker_Server_Name>.