Adding the ability to inject certificate authorities into docker image

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Schiefelbein, Andrew 2020-04-24 10:01:39 -05:00
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FROM ${GO_IMAGE} as builder
# Inject custom root certificate authorities if needed
# Docker does not have a good conditional copy statement and requires that a source file exists
# to complete the copy function without error. Therefore the file will be copied to
# the image every time even if there are no .crt files.
COPY ./certs/* /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/
RUN update-ca-certificates
SHELL [ "/bin/bash", "-cex" ]
WORKDIR /usr/src/airshipctl

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# Additional Docker image root certificate authorities
If you require additional certificate authorities for your Docker image:
* Add ASCII PEM encoded .crt files to this directory
* The files will be copied into your docker image at build time.
To update manually copy the .crt files to /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/ and run sudo update-ca-certificates.