1. First, check out the Missions tab in the app menu on the left. Drag and drop your project folder to the “Add a mission” box, just like you would with a station. This will create a new mission, which will appear below (eg. Galileo-examples-python).
Click the Run button on the top right, and you will be prompted to choose a station on which to run.
We encourage you to follow the prompts in the Galileo Configuration Wizard; however, if you decide to import your own Dockerfiles for Python, Julia, or R projects, you will need to add the following lines of code to your existing dockerfiles to retrieve results. Insert them above the Copy . . line:
# add the next three lines to your dockerfile
RUN useradd -ms /bin/bash galileo
COPY . .
Note that his only applies if you bring your own dockerfile for Python, Julia, or R projects, and not if you:
For more details and discussion of custom Dockerfiles, click here.
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