@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> the docker user is root, but it does not have the "sudo" group if that's what you mean. Is that required?
EDIT: I just ran "sudo ls" and it returned with no issues so I guess I do have sudo permission :man-shrugging:
these are the mounts I add:
-v /home/some_username/workspace/:/root/workspace -v /software:/software -v /images:/images -v /data:/data -v /processedData:/processedData -v /disk1:/disk1 -v /disk2:/disk2 -v /disk3:/disk3 -v /disk4:/disk4 -v /disk5:/disk5 -v /disk6:/disk6 -v /disk8:/disk8
None of these seem problematic to me. The only issue I can think of is that /home is an external mount on the host machine (outside of docker). Should I mount it somewhere?