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permission deined

Hello,

I'm trying to get panhandler running on Ubuntu 19.10

 

after running the docker with the command:

docker run -t -v $HOME:/home/cnc_user -p 8080:8080 paloaltonetworks/panhandler:latest

 

i'm seeing an error, permission denied
Performing CNC App initialization
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Permission denied, Could not create repositories directory!
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after logging in to the GUI - http://IP-ADDRESS:8080
i try to import a skillet and i'm getting two errors:
Could not create repository directory, Permission Denied
Could not load repositories from directory as it does not exists

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please help resolve this issue

 


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Re: permission deined

Hi, You should be able to run this command

 

curl -s -k -L http://bit.ly/2xui5gM | bash

to successfully set up all required volumes and solve any permissions errors. This is the current recommended way to set up panhandler to have access to all features like docker based skillets.

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Re: permission deined

Hi, You should be able to run this command

 

curl -s -k -L http://bit.ly/2xui5gM | bash

to successfully set up all required volumes and solve any permissions errors. This is the current recommended way to set up panhandler to have access to all features like docker based skillets.

View solution in original post

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Re: permission deined

We also just updated the docs to be more precise on the exact run command we recommend. You can find them here. 

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