This document covers
This document assumes you have your project located in drive
Resourcesopen the Subsetting
Open the command line pompt and enter
bash to enter the ubuntu shell
root, you need to create a unprivileged user account inside the shell. Therefor execute:
adduser <username> usermod -aG sudo <username> exit
ubuntu config --default-user <username>
bashagain: You should now be logged in as user
sudo apt update && upgrade sudo apt install docker.io echo "export DOCKER_HOST=tcp://0.0.0.0:2375" >> ~/.kickstartconfig echo "export KICKSTART_WIN_PATH=C:/" >> ~/.kickstartconfig
You will find your
C:/ drive under
Go back to getting started guide and follow the instructions.
Kickstart complains about
/opt beeing empty
This indicates, docker-daemon has no access to you local drive or
KICKSTART_WIN_PATH is not set correctly.
Solution: Open Docker for Windows. Go to Resources > File sharing. Remove all drives and add them again. You will be asked for your password. Access should be working right after.
Kickstart complains about ports beeing already in use
Kickstart normally requires ports 80,4000,4100,4200 not to be
assigned already. Use
netstat -ab on the windows shell to
investigate the programs using these ports.