No Docker images were found on any host systems.

Hello, we attempted to install the nextcloud docker container through Cloudmin and it says that it installed successfully. We then go to see the local images in Cloudmin for docker and it says that no containers are installed? Please help, thank you!



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Submitted by thedaemexco on Sun, 03/01/2020 - 08:05 Pro Licensee

Hi there, yes we did. We added our system as a docker host and tried to install the Nextcloud container. It did install and we can see it if we go into our terminal and type sudo docker ps. But Cloudmin thinks that there are no local images installed for some reason. We used Cloudmin to search for and install the base nextcloud image. The local images should show every docker image installed on the host by Cloudmin, right?

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Submitted by Ilia on Sun, 03/01/2020 - 08:43

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I will pass this to Jamie for a comment.

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Submitted by thedaemexco on Fri, 03/27/2020 - 14:32 Pro Licensee

Sounds good, thank you Ilia!

Hi all!

This is also a problem for me. Also, that there is no solution on the other ticket either. docker login -e unknown shorthand flag: 'e' in -e This is a non-existent docker login parameter. When is this fix expected? Or that locally downloaded images will be visible? The downloaded images are displayed on the command line.



The docker is becoming more common these days. It would be important for me to be able to manage images, containers, run virtual web servers on these conainers. Please treat it with priority.

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Submitted by thedaemexco on Tue, 10/06/2020 - 19:44 Pro Licensee

Agreed NonameCowboy. Specifically for us, we are looking to offer docker-based application hosting to clients and this would be very handy. Most of our infrastructure runs on docker and this would make life alot easier to manage instead of always relying on the CLI.

For anyone who is seeing this - what output do you get if you SSH into a host system and run :

docker images --format '{{ .Repository }} {{ .Tag }} {{ .ID }} {{ .Size }} {{ .CreatedAt }}'


This is my output: cowboy@webmin:~$ docker images --format '{{ .Repository }} {{ .Tag }} {{ .ID }} {{ .Size }} {{ .CreatedAt }}' ubuntu latest bb0eaf4eee00 72.9MB 2020-09-17 00:20:25 +0200 CEST porchn/php5.6-apache latest 657f5f5e6407 672MB 2018-03-16 05:24:12 +0100 CET catatnight/postfix latest d7c7642e8ae7 257MB 2014-09-15 04:55:44 +0200 CEST

Hi Guys!

When is progress expected on this issue? Thx

i have also the same issue, i cannot see the docker images

It is March of 2021, and it appears this is still an issue. Has anyone found a work around? I am thinking of digging through the perl to find where this happens and update it with the new login syntax.

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Submitted by pixel_paul on Mon, 06/07/2021 - 08:13 Pro Licensee

Did anyone get anywhere with this?