I come across a idea that if I can remote control the c9 workspace on my laptop. Through several trial, I find a solution to it by using a Dynamic Nat Binding software called Nat123 to reverse the Google Firewall. The main idea is show as follow:
step1: create another user account $(USERNAME) in the docker, whatever the name, but remember to add it to sudo and root group.
step2: switch to that account, then create a .ssh folder and create private and public RSA key for local test.
step3: add RSA public key to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys. At present, you can ssh locally if you didn’t mess up in previous steps.
the hard thing is :
- Ip of the docker changes constantly
- docker is in a subnetwork
- Google only open limited port for users
so we can install a software which can update the domain name’s A record dynamically(binding docker’s IP to a specific domain name automatically and constantly ). There is a proper software, which can do this work. However, this software’s webpage only in Chinese. But it is sure that you can find an alternate one.
step5: port mapping: localhost:22->(DOMAIN):(PORT)
step6: add SSH public key of your laptop to authorized_keys
step7 : ssh (USERNAME)@(DOMAIN) -p $(PORT)
so,this is only a brief instruction to solve the problem.
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Thank you for your attention!