How to Install CJ Path on Docker

  1. First follow the installation instruction for your flavor of Docker here. If you are running Windows 10 Home Edition, see our Notes for Windows 10 Home Edition section below.
  2. Check your Docker settings to ensure that you have enough memory allocated to run CJ Path.
    2GB minimum of memory is recommended to run CJ Path
  3. Open a shell (for Windows 10 use Powershell or cmd.exe).
  4. Pull the CJ Path container from Docker:
    docker pull auriqsystems/cjpath
    For docker on Windows, make sure to switch to Linux Containers in your settings, otherwise you will be unable to pull CJ Path.
  5. Run CJ Path
    docker run -ti -p 80:80 --name cjpath auriqsystems/cjpath /bin/bash
    bash /home/ &

  6. Open a browser window and enter: http://localhost
  7. You should see the CJ Path UI in your browser.

Check out the following guides to get familiar with the operation of CJ Path.

Notes for Windows 10 Home Edition

  1. Docker for Windows is currently not supported for Windows 10 Home Edition so you need to install Docker Toolbox instead.
  2. Once you've installed Docker Toolbox on your system, open Oracle VM VirtualBox.
  3. You need to power down the default device by clicking Machine -> Close -> Poweroff.
  4. Now access the Settings Panel by clicking Settings.
  5. Make sure your system displays Type: Linux under the General tab.
  6. Go to the System tab and scroll the bar next to Base Memory until it shows 2048 MB or more. The default data and scripts for CJ Path require a minimum of 2048 MB memory, but you can allocate more if desired.
  7. Go to the Shared Folders tab and make sure that your C drive (or C/Users) is listed under Machine Folders and that Auto-mount is set to Yes and Access is set to Full.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Start your default device by clicking the large Start arrow.
  10. Open the Kitematic Application.
  11. In the bottom left, click Docker CLI.
  12. Follow Steps 3-4 of How to Install CJ Path on Docker above.
  13. Go to your Kitematic Application.
  14. Click on cjpath and then in the topright click Settings.
  15. Go to the Hostname / Ports tab and enter the Published IP into your browser to access CJ Path.