Hi, thanks for your reply, it's definitely something to keep in mind. I guess for such case, it's better to use a virtual machine. I didn't try anything from the footnote on a docker container yet. I barely started with docker so I don't know the limits of it yet, I guess I was being overly optimistic. Anyways, thanks!
No problem. For me the situation is opposite. I want to use docker and other containerization technologies. I just know very little about development itself, which is why I lurk here. :P
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