I am new to docker. Sorry If my question is dumb.
I have created a docker file and I was trying to create an image from that docker file but while running that docker file it downloads some dependency packages. where is that downloaded package present? I want to run a script from that package.
# Dockerfile References: https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/builder/ # Start from golang v1.11 base image FROM golang:1.11 # Add Maintainer Info LABEL maintainer="akhil<firstname.lastname@example.org>" # Set the Current Working Directory inside the container WORKDIR $GOPATH/src/github.com/docker/go-docker1 # Copy everything from the current directory to the PWD(Present Working Directory) inside the container COPY . . # Download all the dependencies # https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28031603/what-do-three-dots-mean-in-go-command-line-invocations RUN go get -d -v ./... # Install the package RUN go install -v ./... # Run the executable CMD ["go-docker1"]
This go get will download the package and go install will install the package but before installing I want to run a script from the downloaded package.