I’m very new to using docker for anything. I’ve been avoiding it for too long and barely know how to use it even for this. I’m trying to learn, but I also have a ton of other things on my plate, all vying for my precious time. I need more hours in a day.
All the new instances I’ve brought up have been using docker, at least the four NodeODM instances. My WebODM is natively installed, but since this last go around, I was unable to get NodeODM to run. At @ pierotofy’s recommendation, I installed NodeODM using docker and it is working fine for that. Now, comes my new problem. I’m not sure how I’m supposed to follow your suggestion to run NodeODM with --help so I can set the specific values.
I start the docker instances using
`sudo docker run -ti -d --restart unless-stopped -p 3000:3000 opendronemap/nodeodm’
But, now how do I interact with NodeODM outside of the WebODM environment? I’m not sure how I am supposed to interact with it at the command line. I’ve tried looking at the documents at https://github.com/OpenDroneMap/NodeODM, but I don’t see anything specific about it.
In my use case, should I have installed it natively? I’m not opposed to that at all, but I don’t see any OS requirements listed like WebODM has (Using Ubuntu 16.4 LTS). Currently, all my node machines are running Ubuntu Server 20.04. Will NodeODM install natively with that?