I am new to Docker and have read a few books on the subject and looked at the online docs.
Docker does seem still to be evolving and the books, though this year, are already out of date in areas. Or not very clear.
Anyway, I am trying to use a Docker client on a Mint 16 VM running 1.9.1 connect to a Docker daemon running on a Centos7 CM, also running 1.9.1 Docker.
I have read the “Protect the Docker daemon socket” docs.
So do I have to do this - I just want to play with Docker and this is on a few local VMs.
I did try this from Mint
docker -H centos7:2376 ps
An error occurred trying to connect: Get http://centos7:2376/v1.21/containers/json: dial tcp 192.168.1.65:2376: no route to host
But I can ping centos7 and get a response.
So does the daemon machine need an application server to be running?
So generally a bit confused by the whole thing at the moment.