Occasionally, there can be an issue with our default Linux container, e.g., if you try to run it on a very old host OS or if you try to run it on ARM-based macOS.

For this reason, it can be helpful to use a more portable JVM-based version.

­čôü The dockerfile ­čöŚ

There's a simple way how to create a JVM-based Docker container that works in a way compatible with the Linux-based one:

FROM adoptopenjdk/openjdk11:alpine-jre

RUN apk add wget unzip && \
    rm -rf /var/cache/apk/* && \
    wget https://dist.localazy.com/java/java-v1.7.3.zip && \
    unzip java-v1.7.3.zip && \
    cp localazy.jar /bin/localazy.jar && \
    echo "#!/bin/sh" > /bin/localazy && \
    echo "java -jar /bin/localazy.jar \$@" >> /bin/localazy && \
    chmod a+x /bin/localazy
    
WORKDIR /localazy

Note: The script above uses hardcoded version 1.7.3, but feel free to use any other suitable for your needs.

Just build it:
docker build . -t my_jvm_cli

and run it:
docker --rm -v $(pwd):/localazy my_jvm_cli localazy upload

Ôťö´ŞĆ Conclusion ­čöŚ

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