Running boot2docker on Windows 8.1 on my computer at work which is behind a HTTP proxy server. So I wonder about the best/correct way to do this configuration.
I have configured /var/lib/boot2docker/profile in boot2docker.iso to tell
export HTTP_PROXY=http://UserName:Password@companyproxy.host.com:8080 export HTTPS_PROXY=https://UserName:Password@companyproxy.host.com:8080
Issue 1: To have this configuration in clear text isn’t the nicest way, is it possible to handle it in another way?
Issue 2: When I change my password (forced regularly) I also must update this.
With this configuration I can execute:
docker@boot2docker:~$ docker search tutorial NAME DESCRIPTION STARS OFFICIAL AUTOMATED learn/tutorial 8 caterpillar/java-tutorial 2 ...etc
But when executing wget or curl I get e.g.:
docker@boot2docker:~$ wget http://distro.ibiblio.org/tinycorelinux/5.x/x86/tcz/cifs-utils.tcz wget: bad address 'distro.ibiblio.org'
Issue 3: Why does that happen with wget/curl but not with docker?