Nowthat I managed to get Docker t pull images I thought it might be nice (for internal development purposes) to run Gentoo and play around with a few settings.
However, I run into some issues. Let me provide some details first:
VMware Workstation Pro 12 running Fedora 30 (behind corporate proxy and internet working) - no auth required
Client: Docker Engine - Community
API version: 1.40
Go version: go1.12.4
Git commit: e4666ebe81
Built: Tue May 14 12:46:59 2019
API version: 1.40 (minimum version 1.12)
Go version: go1.11.5
Git commit: 62240a9
Built: Thu Apr 4 19:17:37 2019
I ran Docker images of Ubuntu (and configured the corporate proxy in Ubuntu as per instructions you find on the internet) and that worked fine.
Now I’m having some more issues on my hands. I pulled gentoo/stage3-amd64 and so far so good. But I’m having issues connecting to the internet. According to the Gentoo handbook, I tried an export http_proxy with the proxy I use for a variety of RHEL, CentOS and Ubuntu Linux distros which can use the proxy and allow me to download, update and upgrade packages.
Gentoo, however, doesn’t seem to like it. I need to download some software and because of the resistance to connect to the internet, I’m stuck right now.
What I want to check
Right now the network seems to be the default bridge network via the docker0 interface. I don’t have reason to believe that this failed as I can use it on configured systems to set up the proxy
Tried to use host network but no luck either
Could someone help me please as I’ve been spending at least 12 hours of troubleshooting but am nonthewiser.
Let me know if you require any more information from my side.