docker run -v “C:\Users\Florian Monfort”:"/data" -it ubunty:trusty
And then doing ls in the image which contains a Ubuntu OS, the folder added from the Windows file system should be available.
ls does not return the expected folder.
So basically the problem is we can’t figure out how to use the -v option on Windows with windows folder paths to make it work.
Steps to reproduce the behavior
- Create a Docker image with a Linux based distro;
- Try to run this image with the -v option in order to make a folder path accessible on /
Using latest version of Docker for Windows, 1.12.0