Hi Johannes, Thanks for the idea. I tried using absolute path in docker-compose.yaml, but
it fails to launch the container with "Permission Denied" error saying that it
cannot mkdir /Users. This is strange because the /Users directory should already exist on
Podman machine. This is not an issue on fedora by the way when I run docker-compose.
On Fri, Jun 16, 2023 at 9:35, Johannes Kastl<kastl(a)b1-systems.de> wrote: On
02.06.23 at 19:22 Mehdi Haghgoo via Podman wrote:
I guess this is no typo, you are really using "." as volume for /var/www/html?
When running the containers, in WordPress admin page, I cannot
install a plugin. Basically, the container is not allowed to create directories under
wp-content. It fails with permission error:
"Could not create directory
I tried chmod 777 on all wp-content (with -r), but it didn't help.
I would try using a "real volume" (and not just ".") for
My guess would be that due to MacOS and Podman Machine (and not using Podman
directly, like on Linux) this does not work.
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