I am remotely connecting to another Windows 10 computer.
I have seen this question asked elsewhere, but I never see an answer to it.
On the remote computer, I am trying to run a linux based docker container on files in a drive that is NOT c. This data is large and I don’t have the space on my computer to move it to the c drive. It looks like the c drive is the only one that is mounted in WSL2.
Is there a simple way to mount another drive in WSL2 so that I can work on it within a linux based docker container?
For example to run…
docker run -it --rm -v /f/location/file some_docker_image (in the example above it is Dcm2bids)
I need an option that is fairly simple as I am not that IT savy. From what I can tell, this is not possible?