As I read an article about Oracle providing version 23c “for free to developers” (https://blogs.oracle.com/database/post/oracle-database-23c-free) I wondered if it was usable for a quick deploy of Apex. As ORDS has been updated as well it turns out that needed some tweaking…Continue reading “Quickstart Apex with docker-compose v2”
When buying a new laptop I settled for a MacBook Pro with a M2 processor. As I was used to an Intel based MacBook Pro with virtual machines and Docker containers I keep searching for replacements for the functionality I was used to. Earlier I’ve written a blog post about running an Oracle Database on the M2 MacBook pro, this time I’d like to talk about using x86 based containers.Continue reading “Using Rosette with UTM and Docker”
For years I’ve been using a Logitech Squeezebox as my music system. First with the server software (slimserver) running on a Linux Box and later-on on a Synology NAS device.
As Synology stopped supporting the SqueezeboxServer it’s time to move the software into a Docker container. This way I’m able to use everything the way I used to and move the software towards another server (or run it at the Synology box via Docker).Continue reading “Creating a SqueezeboxServer container”
Sometimes you have the need to quickly spin up an Oracle Apex install to test something out or to just have a “clean” instance. Luckily this is quite easily done with Docker.Continue reading “Quickstart Apex with docker-compose”
For a lot of things I’m using docker and docker-compose. With one of my docker hosts I noticed something odd. Sometimes it took a while to fire up docker-compose. I could see the command was being executed by the shell but I had to wait (sometimes up to a minute) before docker-compose seemed to “react”. This kept me quite puzzled.Continue reading “Solve a “hanging” docker-compose”