I uploaded on GitHub a project that contains a dockerfile for building a multimedia-image. This image is based on ubuntu trusty and has google-chrome, skype, firefox and spotify pre-installed. One could use this docker-image to keep his system clean from closed-source software by seperating it using a container. Of course it is possible to run all those applications at once
- pulseaudio running on the host
- X11 running on the host
Building the image:
Using the image:
run a shell
It is possible to run the applications using the same container
Making changes permanent:
The configuration-files for spotify and skype are persistent. This is realized with mounted volumes in $HOME/.mymultimediaapps.
- For some reason, spotify doesn't use the cached credentials. Therefore it always asks for login-data.
- google-chrome and vivaldi crash sometimes(for example when you call netflix)