A bash script to view the current directory in a Debian based Docker container.
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README.md

Usage

Run the BUILD=1 ./debian-here.sh command to build the Docker image.

To spin up a container from the image, simply run ./debian-here.sh and you will find yourself in the directory you’ve issued the command from mounted in the container.

Note that you can run the debian-here.sh script from anywhere. You could even symlink it to /usr/local/bin for easier access!

Credits

Based on an idea from Blaise.