stable download URL for auto-router zip file
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Neegu0Sh 1 year ago
Hi guys, I created a Dockerfile to run the autorouter locally to make it easier for end-users to run it. The dockerfile installs all the required packages for java. It would be cool to to have a stable URL where the Dockerfile could download the latest version of the autorouter zip file. Currently it is: [https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-v0.7.7z](https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-v0.7.7z) but tomorrow it could be [https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-vX.Y.z](https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-v0.7.7z) I would like to have a stable URL like: [https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-latest.7z](https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-v0.7.7z) Thanks in advanced! I will of course share the Dockerfile with you: [https://github.com/SIGSEGV111/EasyEDA-AutoRouter](https://github.com/SIGSEGV111/EasyEDA-AutoRouter) Regards Simon
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UserSupport 1 year ago
Got it, I will upload a stable file name.
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UserSupport 1 year ago
Done! [https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-latest.7z](https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-v0.7.7z) [https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-latest.zip](https://image.easyeda.com/files/EasyEDA-Router-latest.zip)
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Neegu0Sh 1 year ago
Dockerfile updated. Ready to go. Thanks!
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MrGamecase 1 week ago
Hi All, \This Docker ... can it be run anyware on a network?... E.G i have an app server running docker....... Can i fire up the docker on that and use EasyEDA Local - autorouting on a osx device ?...
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Neegu0Sh 1 week ago
Hi MrGamecase, AFAIK this will not work out of the box. EasyEDA expect the Auto\-Router to run on your \*local\* computer\. The  container itself does not care. It should be able to run anywhere. Just EasyEDA won't connect to it. If you know your way around SSH, you could use port-forwarding, to make the port exposed on the docker machine available locally. To EasyEDA it would look like the Auto-Router was running locally. I'm using OpenSSH on Linux, there the command would look something like this: $> ssh \ -L 127.0.0.1:3579:127.0.0.1:3579 But I wonder... can't you run docker on Mac too? [https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/](https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/) good luck!
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