IOx containers are secure, so adding or changing files to them is difficult to do. However, it is relatively easy to get files from the containers.

IOx provides a lot of capabilities via the "ioxclient" command, however this is rather cumbersome for development. During development its common to make some changes and need to save the files, something like a Node-RED flow. Here's an example of how to access the container filesystem from the GOS to get the default Node-RED flow:

scp -P 2222 root@ .

In this case, the application is "nr" (i.e. Node-RED). You can see it using ioxclient app li:

$ ioxclient app li
Currently active profile :  NA-X01N
Command Name: application-list
Saving current configuration
List of installed App :
 1. nr         --->    RUNNING
 2. dm900s     --->    RUNNING

Or, if you've shared SSH Keys, ssh with virsh:

$ ssh -p 2222 root@ virsh list
 Id    Name                           State
 8298  nr                             running
 10078 dm900s                         running