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comment Docker on freebsd11
I've seen this as well, it looks like the changes in one step aren't carried over to the next. That is, the resolv.conf you write in the first step isn't available in the second. I've found that putting echo nameserver 8.8.8.8 > /etc/resolv.conf && before each step worked for me as an ugly workaround.
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comment chgrp to group I am not a member of
Sounds like a cron job or some kind of event-based triggering (i.e. when a new group appears, do something) is what you need. If you don't need www-data to become a member of the new groups immediately, a cron job that adds it seems like the best solution.
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comment chgrp to group I am not a member of
Could you make www-data a member of the group when you're creating it?
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comment Effective way to ensure “clean slate system” for continuous integration service
Run a Eucalyptus/OpenStack/... cloud on your own servers?
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