How to Install CJ Path on Docker
- 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.
- Check your Docker settings to ensure that you have enough memory allocated to run CJ Path.
- Open a shell (for Windows 10 use Powershell or cmd.exe).
- Pull the CJ Path container from Docker:
docker pull auriqsystems/cjpath
- Run CJ Path
docker run -ti -p 80:80 --name cjpath auriqsystems/cjpath /bin/bash bash /home/start_server.sh &
- Open a browser window and enter: http://localhost
- 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
- Docker for Windows is currently not supported for Windows 10 Home Edition so you need to install Docker Toolbox instead.
- Once you've installed Docker Toolbox on your system, open Oracle VM VirtualBox.
- You need to power down the default device by clicking Machine -> Close -> Poweroff.
- Now access the Settings Panel by clicking Settings.
- Make sure your system displays Type: Linux under the General tab.
- 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.
- 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.
- Click OK.
- Start your default device by clicking the large Start arrow.
- Open the Kitematic Application.
- In the bottom left, click Docker CLI.
- Follow Steps 3-4 of How to Install CJ Path on Docker above.
- Go to your Kitematic Application.
- Click on cjpath and then in the topright click Settings.
- Go to the Hostname / Ports tab and enter the Published IP into your browser to access CJ Path.