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Debian Setting Up Docker Private Registry

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install

$docker pull registry

$docker run –p 5000:5000 –d --name=private_registry registry

Once you have created the private registry, you need to connect it to it from client:

docker login YOUR_IP:5000

# Pull the debian image from the public registry

docker pull debian

# Tag it with our IP/URL

docker tag debian YOUR_IP:5000/debian

# Push it to our newly made registry

docker push YOUR_IP:5000/debian

Creating a .pem file from SSL cert


If using an SSL accelerator like Pound, you need to create a .pem file with your private key, the .crt file from GoDaddy, and their intermediate cert file.
Let’s say you have a domain name of You’ll first need to generate the the .csr file for GoDaddy with the following command:

openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout -out

This gives you 2 files: – This is the private key – This is the Certificate Signing Request
You’ll give the file to the SSL signing authority. In the case of GoDaddy, they’ll give you back a .zip file with the following 2 files: – This is your cert
gd_bundle.crt – This is the GoDaddy Certificate Chain
With all these files, you need to generate the .pem file. This is actually pretty easy. Assuming that you created the private key ( without a password, you can just do the following in order to create your .pem file:

cat gd_bundle.crt >