running dotnet in docker exec /usr/bin/dotnet: no such file or directory


Question: Building and Running dotnet 8 in Docker Container throws an error:
" /usr/bin/dotnet: no such file or directory".

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Answer: Make sure you install dotnet on the host machine, then in your docker-compose bind usr/bin to Container usr/bin.

This will resolve the error. Dotnet 8 has issues publishing Self-Contained Applications.


running dotnet in docker exec /usr/bin/dotnet: no such file or directory

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It looks like you are trying to run a Docker container and execute the `dotnet` command within it, but you are encountering an error message that says "no such file or directory". This error typically occurs when the `dotnet` executable is not found in the PATH environment variable of the Docker container. To resolve this issue, you can try the following steps
1. Make sure that the `dotnet` executable is installed in the Docker container. You can check this by running the command `ls /usr/bin/dotnet` within the container to see if the file exists. If it does not exist, you may need to install the .NET Core SDK within the container. 2. Check the PATH environment variable of the Docker container to make sure that it includes the directory where the `dotnet` executable is located. You can do this by running the command `echo $PATH` within the container to see the value of the PATH variable. If the directory containing the `dotnet` executable is not included in the PATH, you can add it using the `export PATH=$PATH
/path/to/dotnet` command. 3.




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