Ken Muse

Forcing Dev Containers To Use AMD64
Loving your new Apple Silicon based Mac, but need to force the container to be AMD64? There’s a hack for that…

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My New and Improved Blog!

My New and Improved Blog!

Time to add some new usability features to this blog. The site now supports RSS feeds for the various categories and tags, making it easier to keep up with areas of interest!

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Marking Workspaces Safe with Dotfiles
There are many ways to automate the process of marking directories as “safe” to avoid the “detected dubious ownership in repository” message. Last week, I discussed how to modify the devcontainer.json. This week, let’s see an alternative using Dotfiles.

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Avoiding Dubious Ownership in Dev Containers
It’s always best to run containers with the least privileges required. Unfortunately, that may result in Git operations that fail with the message “detected dubious ownership in repository”. The trick to eliminating this is quite simple …

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Dev Containers and AWS Credentials
Did you know it’s possible to share your AWS credentials between your host computer and your Dev Containers? Once again we explore the power of using mounts in Dev Containers.

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