Regarding the issue mentioned in the above article, I found a simple solution.
On Windows system with WSL 2, you can find which WSL is used to run docker.
wsl -l -v
On my system, the output looks like this.
NAME STATE VERSION * Ubuntu Running 2 docker-desktop Running 2 docker-desktop-data Running 2
So the docker-desktop is the WSL for docker desktop, and you can interact it with the
wsl command. For example,
wsl -d docker-desktop -e ls /mnt/host/c/
It will show you that it can access the host Windows system’s file system.
Finally, you simply copy your self-signed certificates into this WSL and run the
I hope you find it helpful!