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Housekeeping

* add --rm
* better description of output
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drwetter committed Nov 27, 2019
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(in git directory):
```
docker build -t mytestssl .
docker run -t mytestssl example.com
docker run --rm -t mytestssl example.com
```

You can also supply command line options like:

``docker run -t mytestssl -p --header example.com``
```
docker run -t mytestssl --help
docker run --rm -t mytestssl -p --header example.com
```

or pull the image from dockerhub and run:

```
docker run -t drwetter/testssl.sh --pfs example.com
docker run --rm -t drwetter/testssl.sh --pfs example.com
```

Tags supported are: ``latest``, ``stable`` which _for now_ are all the same and point to ``3.0``.
Tags supported are: ``latest``, ``stable`` which _for now_ are all the same and point to ``3.0``.

``docker run -t drwetter/testssl.sh:stable example.com``.
``docker run --rm -t drwetter/testssl.sh:stable example.com``.

And for the indomitable users who prefer to run old stuff you can use the tag ``2.9.5``. Please note ``2.9dev`` should not be used anymore.

Keep in mind that any output file (--log, --html, --json etc.) will be created in the container. If you wish to have this created in a local directory you can mount a volume into the container and change the output prefix where the container user has write access to, e.g.:

```
docker run -t -v /tmp:/data drwetter/testssl.sh --htmlfile /data/ example.com
docker run --rm -t -v /tmp:/data drwetter/testssl.sh --htmlfile /data/ example.com
```

Also if you don't provide a user, testssl.sh's docker container uses a non-root user (usually with user/groupid 1000:1000).
which writes the output to ``/tmp/example.com_p443-<date>-<time>.html.`` The uid/gid is the one from the docker user but normally the file is 644. testssl.sh's docker container uses a non-root user (usually with user/groupid 1000:1000).

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