Docker.app will complain about incompatible processor, so we will use Docker Machine.
Download Docker for Mac (Docker.app). It contains some binaries that are necessary.
brew install virtualbox docker-machine # Normally, those links are created automatically by running Docker.app, # but it quits on us too early, so we need to do this manually ln -s "/Applications/Docker.app/Contents//Resources/bin/docker-compose" /usr/local/bin/docker-compose ln -s "/Applications/Docker.app/Contents//Resources/bin/docker-credential-desktop" /usr/local/bin/docker-credential-desktop ln -s "/Applications/Docker.app/Contents//Resources/bin/docker-credential-osxkeychain" /usr/local/bin/docker-credential-osxkeychain
You can also use
brew to install
doccker-compose and it should work without linking above.
docker-machine create eval $(docker-machine env) docker run hello-world docker-compose up
Since docker-machine is deprecated and archived, I recommend using minikube with virtualbox driver instead.
kubernetscluster using the
Configures the Docker CLI in your current shell to use the minikube's docker:
docker-composejust install it via homebrew:
If you want to access a served application on a container (
localhost:8080/route), you'll need the minikube IP to access it, using
localhostwon't work. And to retrieve the IP is just like that:
You can set this IP on
/etc/hoststo access applications without typing the IP.
Now you can use
dockerwithout any problems on your Ryzentosh.