Customizing Jitsi Frontend While Using Docker on AlmaLinux 8

I successfully got Jitsi up and running on AlmaLinux 8 using docker-jitsi-meet, however now I need to customize all CSS and assets of Jitsi. I tried editing the web Dockerfile but these commands fail:

RUN apt-dpkg-wrap apt-get update \ && apt-dpkg-wrap apt-get install -y cron nginx-extras jitsi-meet-web socat curl jq \ && mv /usr/share/jitsi-meet/interface_config.js /defaults \ && rm -f /etc/nginx/conf.d/default.conf \ && apt-dpkg-wrap apt-get clean

This is due to the fact that I am running on AlmaLinux rather than Ubuntu. Is there a way I can customize CSS and assets without editing the Dockerfile on AlmaLinux, or a way to modify this RUN block such that it succeeds in AlmaLinux?

Your host operating system doesn’t matter, the Docker container will run Debian. What error do you get?

This is working for me now! Last night I was getting errors saying that the commands apt-dpkg-wrap and apt-get weren’t found, but now it’s running fine. I appreciate it.