This is the first post in an ongoing series looking at container images. Each week I’m going to analyze a particular image and see how it ticks. The one I’m going to look at first is the library/alpine container.
I remember the first time that I discovered command line completion for my shell way back in the early 90’s. Up until then, you needed to remember the filename you wanted to use for any command and type the full name out in its entirety. This could be a frustrating and error-prone process even if you were a good typist. From then on being able to hit TAB and get the right filename was just pure bliss!
Depending on your situation, command line completion for Docker client may already be working and you might not realise it! Read on for details. Continue reading “Docker Command Line Completion”