Docker : exec /usr/local/bin/python: input/output error

Hi ! Please, I need your help !

When I use the command : docker run -it dc_hello, which is my image docker builded. I receive the error message such as : exec /usr/local/bin/python: input/output error.

Bellow my files:

    print("Ola, os proramadores Python")

  2. Dockerfile:

    FROM python:3 
    COPY .  /app
    WORKDIR /app
    CMD ["python", ""]

It worked for me.

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Hi !


  1. I am using windows 10 platform
  2. I installed Docker desktop normally

Thanks |

And which version of Docker Desktop? That error should not happen unless there is a bug In Docker Desktop or a Windows-specific behavior I don’t know about.

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Hello !

The docker version is 4.28.0 (139021),
Engine: 25.0.3,
Compose: v2.24.6-desktop.1,
Credential Helper: v0.8.1,
Kubernetes: v1.29.1.

"Did I do the Docker Desktop installation incorrectly? Could you please indicate the steps to follow? Something seems amiss, but I can’t quite figure it out. Please help me.