Add note for additional packages.

parent a81e9c6c
......@@ -132,6 +132,11 @@ Alternatively, instead of building an image from scratch, you can start with an
image as the base for your Dockerfile (i.e. `FROM unlhcc/spades`)
and add any additional packages you desire.
{{% notice warning %}}
The following method only works for installing packages via `pip` that have no system-level dependencies.
If you require packages that are installed via `yum` or `apt`, you will need to create a [custom image]({{< relref "#create-a-custom-image" >}}).
{{% /notice %}}
Unfortunately it's not possible to create one image that has every
available Python package installed for logistical reasons.  Images are
created with a small set of the most commonly-used scientific packages,
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