Freya Linux ISO

64-bit

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32-bit

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Debian Setting Up Docker Private Registry

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install docker.io

$docker pull registry

$docker run –p 5000:5000 –d --name=private_registry registry

Once you have created the private registry, you need to connect it to it from client:

docker login YOUR_IP:5000

# Pull the debian image from the public registry

docker pull debian

# Tag it with our IP/URL

docker tag debian YOUR_IP:5000/debian

# Push it to our newly made registry

docker push YOUR_IP:5000/debian

Creating a .pem file from SSL cert

 

If using an SSL accelerator like Pound, you need to create a .pem file with your private key, the .crt file from GoDaddy, and their intermediate cert file.
Let’s say you have a domain name of foo.com. You’ll first need to generate the the .csr file for GoDaddy with the following command:

openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout foo.com.key -out foo.com.csr

This gives you 2 files:
foo.com.key – This is the private key
foo.com.csr – This is the Certificate Signing Request
You’ll give the foo.com.csr file to the SSL signing authority. In the case of GoDaddy, they’ll give you back a .zip file with the following 2 files:
foo.com.crt – This is your cert
gd_bundle.crt – This is the GoDaddy Certificate Chain
With all these files, you need to generate the .pem file. This is actually pretty easy. Assuming that you created the private key (foo.com.key) without a password, you can just do the following in order to create your .pem file:

cat foo.com.crt foo.com.key gd_bundle.crt > foo.com.pem