Great tutorial, good work!
My suggestion is to learn docker compose next to avoid having to type incredibly lengthy docker run commands.
It also helps you keep everything under version control so you can easily share your creations with other people with minimal guesswork on their part.
Thanks, I'll have to check that out!
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