I have docker installed in two different ways (both through official docs). I started with a “standard” docker/docker compose install for interacting with docker over the CLI. I later installed Desktop to try out some of the features. Now I have an issue where, if I run a compose project with Desktop running, the owner on any mounted volumes get changed to UID:GID that is not 1000. This means that I cannot run a project with Desktop stopped if it was initialiased with it running, or vice versa.
Is Desktop running on a separate VM somewhere?
Guess I could just choose between either “pure” CLI or Desktop on my machine, but though I’d reach out and see if anyone else found a workaround for this. I could just
chown the directories as I go, but this is tedious and not really an option long term.