Docker port 80 bind error

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Hello everyone! 

I am hoping someone could give me a hint what could be wrong with the above. I am trying to run a simple web app with Redis in docker, and upon executing (as root) 'docker-compose up' the Redis container launches, but the app fails with permission denied. however, when the app is launched via docker run [image path] it runs ok (but loses Redis dependency of course). Hoping someone could point me in the right direction about this port 80 bind error. 

Thanks!

Oct 20, 2020 in Docker by anonymous
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Try to add an inbound rule for Specific port in Security group in your EC2 instance.
answered Oct 20, 2020 by Lokesh

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