I took a quick look and immediately realized that file is huge :-) Also, the strict version checking worried me. I would recommend doing the find/replace and seeing what breaks. Sadly, it's just too hard to tell with a quick look.

Best Regards
Scott M

On Sun, May 17, 2020 at 11:58 PM Philip Rhoades <> wrote:

I can run the discourse image with docker, export the container and
import it as an image into podman.

The script that manages docker discourse containers is:


and is attached.  It would be good if it were possible to just replace
all the occurrences of "docker" with "podman", fix version numbers etc
and be able to use the script - but can any gurus see dockerisms in the
script that will cause podman gotchas for this idea?



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