I’m on a 2015 MBPr, with latest macOS Sierra. I’m trying to install and use the latest Docker for Mac (1.12.3 i think?)
I’ve recently had to buy a new laptop because my 2012 Macbook Pro died. I picked up a refurbished 2015 MBPr, and have restored all of my data (not apps) from my Time Machine backup.
Only, now Docker for Mac won’t run.
I download the latest (stable) Docker for Mac, drag it into my apps folder, and that’s fine. But when I try to run it, the system bar at the top of the screen only shows a blank space where the Docker icon should be.
When I hover over it, I get the spinning beachball of doom.
When I look at Activity Monitor, it says “docker (not responding)” with 7 threads and zero CPU time.
I tried to run the command line uninstall, hoping that it may have just been a bad setting somewhere from pulling in my data from the previous laptop, but that ran into the same problem.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can completely clean out any leftover items from a previous Docker for Mac install, so that I can fix this?
Or any other tips on how to fix this?