(note: docker-wordpress no longer contains an sshd. It was probably a mistake to put one in in the first place, and you can now spawn arbitrary processes with use of the docker exec command. So do that, instead, like this:
docker exec -i -t docker-wordpress bash
(note: Eugene Ware has a Docker wordpress container build on nginx with some other goodies; you can check out his work here.)
(N.B. the way that Docker handles permissions may vary depending on your current Docker version. If you're getting errors like
dial unix /var/run/docker.sock: permission denied
when you run the below commands, simply use sudo. This is a known issue.)
This repo contains a recipe for making a Docker container for Wordpress, using Linux, Apache and MySQL. To build, make sure you have Docker installed, clone this repo somewhere, and then run:
docker build -rm -t <yourname>/wordpress .
Or, alternately, build DIRECTLY from the github repo like some sort of AMAZING FUTURO JULES-VERNESQUE SEA EXPLORER:
docker build -rm -t <yourname>/wordpress git://github.com/jbfink/docker-wordpress.git
Then run it, specifying your desired ports! Woo!
docker run --name wordpress -d -p <http_port>:80 <yourname>/wordpress
Check docker logs after running to see MySQL root password and Wordpress MySQL password, as so
echo $(docker logs wordpress | grep password)
(note: you won't need the mysql root or the wordpress db password normally)
Your wordpress container should now be live, open a web browser and go to http://localhost:<http_port>, then fill out the form. No need to mess with wp-config.php, it's been auto-generated with proper values.
You can shutdown your wordpress container like this:
docker stop wordpress
And start it back up like this:
docker start wordpress
Enjoy your wordpress install courtesy of Docker!