I'm running Ubuntu xenia in my docker container (this is a container running in my OS X VM Host). When you run the docker run command that created my container, it logs you in as root.
So when I try to install Linuxbrew after all this and after installing curl and ruby in my container via app-gret, I get the error
don't run this as root! when I try to then install Linuxbrew:
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/linuxbrew/go/install)"
I want to be able to sill run this somehow. If docker run logs me in as root, what are my options here to get around this limitation on root so I can still run this command? If docker always logs me in as root to a container, what do people usually do in the situations where they want to install stuff like this as a non-root user on a container with Ubuntu?
Note: I'm new to both Ubuntu, Linux, and docker. So that implies I may not be aware of all basics and there is a lot to know.