Hi ! I am new to Docker, using windows 10 home, and want to create a docker image for my C++ project developed with visual studio. As far as I understand, the image I need to create is going to be a windows image, and therefore I need to install “Docker for windows” and enable Hyper-V. This is not possible with my windows home edition, as the Hyper-V feature is only available for windows pro. The other alternative, using “Docer toolbox”, does not support creating or pulling windows containers. Did I miss something? Is there a workaround?
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