Hi there - I am very new to Stardog and very new to Docker. I have a Windows machine and recently downloaded the free 30-day license through Docker Toolbox.
These are the steps I followed with Docker using the Docker Quickstart Terminal from Docker Toolbox:
docker pull stardog/stardog-studio:current
docker run --name=stardog-studio -p 8888:80 -d stardog/stardog-studio:current
$ docker start stardog-studio
How can I connect to the Studio using the 8888 port?
Thank you and apologizes for the lack of knowledge with Docker!
I have been following the Manual but am having some troubles.
If you're running the Stardog Studio image via that
docker run command, you should be able to point a web browser to http://localhost:8888 and have the in-browser Studio show up.
If you're looking to run a Stardog server to connect Studio to, you'll need to
docker run a separate container with the
stardog/stardog image as described in our docs.
Appreciate the response. I followed the same 3 commands that I had in my first post.
When running the docker run command, I am pointing the docker container to the port 8888. However, when I open http://localhost:8888 in my web browser it says "Can't reach this page".
Any suggestions on how to access to in-browser Studio? I checked to see which ports were open on my machine by entering the command $ netstat -a
Not sure what the problem would be? Thank you for your help!!
Do you have a firewall or some other corporate policy blocking access to port 8888, by any chance?
If you try going to our web-based studio instance (http://stardog.studio), do you have better luck?
run stardog-server a separate container
- docker run -it -v ~/stardog-home/:/var/opt/stardog -p 5820:5820 stardog/stardog
- docker run --name=stardog-studio -p 8888:80 -d stardog/stardog-studio:current
or download app.
if you get Desktop App version it can update automatically
or a online version you can connect to localhost
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