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Having problems running the example

Greetings!

I apologize if this is in the wrong place.

I’m trying to follow the Quick Start to get docker up and running. On step 3 in the Quick Start, it says to run
docker build -t jgoranso/cheers2019 .

This fails with

ERROR: Failed to create usr/libexec/git-core/git-fmt-merge-msg: No error information
ERROR: git-2.22.0-r0: BAD signature
Executing busybox-1.30.1-r2.trigger
1 error; 8 MiB in 19 packages
The command ‘/bin/sh -c apk add --no-cache git’ returned a non-zero code: 1

What am I doing wrong?

Running Win10.
Gave full privileges to users to Program Files/git.
I run the command in both an Admin cmd prompt and admin Windows Powershell with same results.

My google searches haven’t come up with anything on this error.

Let me know what else is needed to help me get past this step.

Thanks!

Jon

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Any thoughts on this? After finally getting docker to run again, now I’m back to this error.

Thanks!

I too have the same issue any help to get past this error would be much appreciated

Hi Jon, I dont know what went wrong but could you please try with this
cd birthday2019 ; docker build -t {your_username}/birthday2019 .

Sadly, that runs the git install command, which then fails for me.

Thanks, though!

I mean docker build for birthday2019
so you have to run
docker build -t jgoranso/birthday2019 .

Same result. As soon as the build kicks off the latest script that runs the git install (2.22.0-r0) it fails for me.

I’m a Docker newbie, so I really don’t know what the commands I’m doing actually do. So, when I run a tutorial or something (I’m doing all of this to try and get Hyperledger Fabric up and running so I can actually work with that) and it gives me an error in a command line Docker scripts, I have no experience to know what the problem is and what to do.

I have been following this: https://hub.docker.com/?overlay=onboarding and it fails on the build command above, again due to the git install call. That stops me from progressing.

Thanks!