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Installing PHP Agent inside Docker alpine

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Installing PHP Agent inside Docker alpine

Hello, is it any possibility to install PHP Agent inside docker alpine? When running ./runme.sh, I get an error as following:

 

stat: unrecognized option: format=%u
BusyBox v1.28.4 (2018-12-31 18:05:13 UTC) multi-call binary.

Usage: stat [OPTIONS] FILE...

Display file (default) or filesystem status

	-c FMT	Use the specified format
	-f	Display filesystem status
	-L	Follow links
	-t	Terse display

FMT sequences for files:
 %a	Access rights in octal
 %A	Access rights in human readable form
 %b	Number of blocks allocated (see %B)
 %B	Size in bytes of each block reported by %b
 %d	Device number in decimal
 %D	Device number in hex
 %f	Raw mode in hex
 %F	File type
 %g	Group ID
 %G	Group name
 %h	Number of hard links
 %i	Inode number
 %n	File name
 %N	File name, with -> TARGET if symlink
 %o	I/O block size
 %s	Total size in bytes
 %t	Major device type in hex
 %T	Minor device type in hex
 %u	User ID
 %U	User name
 %x	Time of last access
 %X	Time of last access as seconds since Epoch
 %y	Time of last modification
 %Y	Time of last modification as seconds since Epoch
 %z	Time of last change
 %Z	Time of last change as seconds since Epoch

FMT sequences for file systems:
 %a	Free blocks available to non-superuser
 %b	Total data blocks
 %c	Total file nodes
 %d	Free file nodes
 %f	Free blocks
 %i	File System ID in hex
 %l	Maximum length of filenames
 %n	File name
 %s	Block size (for faster transfer)
 %S	Fundamental block size (for block counts)
 %t	Type in hex
 %T	Type in human readable form
stat: unrecognized option: format=%g
BusyBox v1.28.4 (2018-12-31 18:05:13 UTC) multi-call binary.

Usage: stat [OPTIONS] FILE...

Display file (default) or filesystem status

	-c FMT	Use the specified format
	-f	Display filesystem status
	-L	Follow links
	-t	Terse display

FMT sequences for files:
 %a	Access rights in octal
 %A	Access rights in human readable form
 %b	Number of blocks allocated (see %B)
 %B	Size in bytes of each block reported by %b
 %d	Device number in decimal
 %D	Device number in hex
 %f	Raw mode in hex
 %F	File type
 %g	Group ID
 %G	Group name
 %h	Number of hard links
 %i	Inode number
 %n	File name
 %N	File name, with -> TARGET if symlink
 %o	I/O block size
 %s	Total size in bytes
 %t	Major device type in hex
 %T	Minor device type in hex
 %u	User ID
 %U	User name
 %x	Time of last access
 %X	Time of last access as seconds since Epoch
 %y	Time of last modification
 %Y	Time of last modification as seconds since Epoch
 %z	Time of last change
 %Z	Time of last change as seconds since Epoch

FMT sequences for file systems:
 %a	Free blocks available to non-superuser
 %b	Total data blocks
 %c	Total file nodes
 %d	Free file nodes
 %f	Free blocks
 %i	File System ID in hex
 %l	Maximum length of filenames
 %n	File name
 %s	Block size (for faster transfer)
 %S	Fundamental block size (for block counts)
 %t	Type in hex
 %T	Type in human readable form
chown: unknown user 
chgrp: unknown group 
chown: unknown user 
chgrp: unknown group 
stat: unrecognized option: format=%u
BusyBox v1.28.4 (2018-12-31 18:05:13 UTC) multi-call binary.

Usage: stat [OPTIONS] FILE...

Display file (default) or filesystem status

	-c FMT	Use the specified format
	-f	Display filesystem status
	-L	Follow links
	-t	Terse display

FMT sequences for files:
 %a	Access rights in octal
 %A	Access rights in human readable form
 %b	Number of blocks allocated (see %B)
 %B	Size in bytes of each block reported by %b
 %d	Device number in decimal
 %D	Device number in hex
 %f	Raw mode in hex
 %F	File type
 %g	Group ID
 %G	Group name
 %h	Number of hard links
 %i	Inode number
 %n	File name
 %N	File name, with -> TARGET if symlink
 %o	I/O block size
 %s	Total size in bytes
 %t	Major device type in hex
 %T	Minor device type in hex
 %u	User ID
 %U	User name
 %x	Time of last access
 %X	Time of last access as seconds since Epoch
 %y	Time of last modification
 %Y	Time of last modification as seconds since Epoch
 %z	Time of last change
 %Z	Time of last change as seconds since Epoch

FMT sequences for file systems:
 %a	Free blocks available to non-superuser
 %b	Total data blocks
 %c	Total file nodes
 %d	Free file nodes
 %f	Free blocks
 %i	File System ID in hex
 %l	Maximum length of filenames
 %n	File name
 %s	Block size (for faster transfer)
 %S	Fundamental block size (for block counts)
 %t	Type in hex
 %T	Type in human readable form
stat: unrecognized option: format=%g
BusyBox v1.28.4 (2018-12-31 18:05:13 UTC) multi-call binary.

Usage: stat [OPTIONS] FILE...

Display file (default) or filesystem status

	-c FMT	Use the specified format
	-f	Display filesystem status
	-L	Follow links
	-t	Terse display

FMT sequences for files:
 %a	Access rights in octal
 %A	Access rights in human readable form
 %b	Number of blocks allocated (see %B)
 %B	Size in bytes of each block reported by %b
 %d	Device number in decimal
 %D	Device number in hex
 %f	Raw mode in hex
 %F	File type
 %g	Group ID
 %G	Group name
 %h	Number of hard links
 %i	Inode number
 %n	File name
 %N	File name, with -> TARGET if symlink
 %o	I/O block size
 %s	Total size in bytes
 %t	Major device type in hex
 %T	Minor device type in hex
 %u	User ID
 %U	User name
 %x	Time of last access
 %X	Time of last access as seconds since Epoch
 %y	Time of last modification
 %Y	Time of last modification as seconds since Epoch
 %z	Time of last change
 %Z	Time of last change as seconds since Epoch

FMT sequences for file systems:
 %a	Free blocks available to non-superuser
 %b	Total data blocks
 %c	Total file nodes
 %d	Free file nodes
 %f	Free blocks
 %i	File System ID in hex
 %l	Maximum length of filenames
 %n	File name
 %s	Block size (for faster transfer)
 %S	Fundamental block size (for block counts)
 %t	Type in hex
 %T	Type in human readable form
chown: unknown user 
chgrp: unknown group

Am I missing something/some package or just PHP Agent is incompatible with alpine?

 

Thank you for an answer.

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Installing PHP Agent inside Docker alpine