How to add entries to /etc/hosts in lando appserver?

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I tried this (which should not return anything):

$ lando ssh -s appserver -u root -c "echo \"10.0.0.132 pds\" >> /etc/hosts"
10.0.0.132 pds >> /etc/hosts


$ lando ssh -s appserver -u root -c "cat /etc/hosts"
127.0.0.1       localhost
::1     localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
fe00::0 ip6-localnet
ff00::0 ip6-mcastprefix
ff02::1 ip6-allnodes
ff02::2 ip6-allrouters
172.26.0.2      8da36421fdb0
172.19.0.3      8da36421fdb0
172.18.0.4      8da36421fdb0

Which shows it was not added. When I enter as root and do it within the container, then it works.

I would like to automate this in a build script. How? What am I doing wrong?

Apparently this can be accomplished with "docker run --add-host" but how do you include this in the .lando.yml file?

/etc/hosts is managed by Docker. If you really need to add host record, then use docker run parameter:

--add-host="" : Add a line to /etc/hosts (host:IP)

Doc: https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/run/#network-settings

Proxy, Lando services are a curated set of Docker containers like php, apache, node, mysql that certificates and SSH keys as well as options to run build steps and provide low services: appserver: type: php:7.1 build_as_root: - apt-get update - y && apt-get install -y run_as_root: - echo "127.0.0.1 mysite.lndo.site" >> /etc/ hosts. notepad c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts. Once notepad is open you can edit the file. In this example we will block Facebook. To do this just enter in the following after the # mark. 0.0.0.0 www.facebook.com. Now that you have edited your Hosts file make sure to save it. Now notice if we try to access Facebook in IE we can’t get to the page.

Lando supports proxy settings: (https://docs.lando.dev/config/proxy.html#usage)

proxy:
  web:
    - mysite.lndo.site
    - sub.mysite.lndo.site
    - bob.frank.kbox.com
    - tippecanoe.tyler.too

Services, In step 10, it says to add "domain: test.me" to ~/.lando/config.yml , and in step 12, APPSERVER URLS https://localhost:32791 http://localhost:32792 for my TLD and it simply wouldn't revolve without a an entry in /etc/hosts� Add the following line to the /etc/hosts file: IP_address host_name aliases. IP_address is the IP address of the host. host_name is the name of the host. aliases are the alias names for the host. Example. To add a host name, myhost, with an IP address 192.0.2.16, add the following line in the /etc/hosts file: 192.0.2.16 myhost newhost myhost-e0a

I googled through the Lando documentation with "etc/hosts site:lando.dev" and found a hint to the likely solution in the section Services - Build Steps. I was not able to try it yet but I see there an example with:

services:
  servicename:
    run_as_root:
      - echo "127.0.0.1 mysite.lndo.site" >> /etc/hosts

Apparently this is the proper way to append a new line to /etc/hosts inside a service container.

Offline dev- dns does not resolve correctly � Issue #1581 � lando , Services docs include unhelpful example for /etc/hosts #1443 benjifisher added a commit to isovera/lando that referenced this issue on Feb� Another handy use for /etc/hosts is to set up mapping of virtual server addresses. For example, I use MAMP on my development Mac, and create new virtual hosts entries in Apache for each site I’m working on. Then for each I just add a new entry in the hosts file, e.g.: 127.0.0.1 devclientsite7.leftcolumn.net

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docker - 如何在Lando Appserver中的/ etc / hosts中添加条目?, This is a configuration file for a Lando-based local dev environment for You should also add this entry to your /etc/hosts file: # 127.0.0.1 amphtml.lndo.site # 3 . --host=0.0.0.0 tooling: yarn: service: appserver gulp: service: appserver cmd:� You can now add entries to the file. Windows 8 file protection. Windows 8 users may have trouble editing their \etc\hosts file because Windows 8 includes file overwrite protections. For information about how to modify your \etc\hosts file in Windows 8, see How to block websites in the WIndows 8 hosts file. Adding entries to the /etc/hosts file

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Comments
  • Where does this IP address come from?
  • pds' IP address was a LAN server.
  • have you find a easy solution?
  • Not yet. I should look though the Lando documentation again because there were some recente updates that could have made it easier.
  • How do I insert docker run parameters in the .lando.yml configuration file?
  • For convenience the IP and domain have to be in /etc/hosts. It is for accessing another stage or other resources.