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  • mkdir: cannot create directory ‘/root’: Permission denied Let’s tell devcontainers to use the vscode user instead, this way it does not try to create anything under / root : edit.
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    Jul 6, 2019 · What works for me is to create a non-root user in my Dockerfile and then configure the VS Code dev container to use that user.