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19.03.13 vs "not work with a Docker daemon version 1.9.X" can you conclude - failing see Available containers:

book:
Docker in Practice - SECOND EDITION
IAN MIELL
AIDAN HOBSON SAYERS

in this book’s
TECHNIQUE 5 — Using Docker in your browser
RUNNING ON HOST WIN 10 PRO — GUEST VM UBUNTU STUDIO 20.04 - DOCKER IN UBUNTU STUDIO
In the screenshot below on the right is the browser but saying:
Docker Terminal
Please note that Docker terminal will not work with a Docker daemon version 1.9.X, please upgrade or downgrade.

In the middle:
leonidas@ubuntu:~ sudo docker version --format '{{.Client.Version}}' **19.03.13** leonidas@ubuntu:~ sudo docker version --format ‘{{.Server.Version}}’
19.03.13

19.03.13 vs “not work with a Docker daemon version 1.9.X” can you conclude,… - failing to see Available containers or Available images ???

in the book says for technique 5 - says
git clone https://github.com/aidanhs/Docker-Terminal.git
cd Docker-Terminal
Then you need to serve the files:
python2 -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000
The preceding command uses a module built into Python to serve static files from a
directory. Feel free to use any equivalent you prefer. Now visit http://localhost:8000
in your browser and start a container.


end

Have you actualy looked into the github account?

It is a simple single page application, which leverages javascript to do the dynamic stuff. Last time changed 4 years ago! The javascript libraries are 6 years old - docker was released 7 years ago… I wouldn’t be surprised if the api changed in a way that those libraries are incompatible with the docker engine…

What you highlighted in the browser is a static <p>-tag and its content. It will show without even trying to connect the deamon. Also why would those ubuntu:14.04 container relate in any way with the output?

Overall this is a useless exercise, just skip it!

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thank you for your reply
My Question is mainly … saying in browser:
“not work with a Docker daemon version 1.9.X”

My version is 19.03.13,… can you conclude[how to compare 1.9.x to 19.03.13],… ???

Result: Failing to see Available containers or Available images

1.9.x means 19.x ???

If you know html or someone that knows html, please take a look at the source.

Yes, I am a developer, I know HTML/HTML5

what this assist with my question…?

<h1>Docker Terminal</h1>
<p style="color: red">Please note that Docker terminal will <a href="https://github.com/docker/docker/issues/19398">not work</a> with a Docker daemon version 1.9.X, please upgrade or downgrade.</p>
<label>Host: <input id="setting_host" value=""></input></label><br>
<hr>
<div id="tabs"></div>
<div>Your container is <span id="container_id">______</span></div>

I am speachless if you still don’t get it.

Good luck!