My First Docker Desktop on Windows 10 is installed on the C drive and it works.
I also installed Ubuntu on the C drive.
I have only one Containers : hardcore_wing docker/getting-started (port 81). It works
Here is Settings of the Docker Desktop
[unchecked] Automatically check for updates For IT managed environments, upgrade your organization to a paid Team plan to disable checking for updates.
[unchecked] Start Docker Desktop when you log in
[unchecked] Expose daemon on tcp://localhost:2375 without TLS Exposing daemon on TCP without TLS helps legacy clients connect to the daemon. It also makes yourself vulnerable to remote code execution attacks. Use with caution.
[CHECKED] Use the WSL 2 based engineWSL 2 provides better performance than the legacy Hyper-V backend. Learn more.
[CHECKED] Send usage statistics Send error reports, system version and language as well as Docker Desktop lifecycle information (e.g., starts, stops, resets).
[CHECKED] Show weekly tips
[CHECKED] Open Docker Desktop dashboard at startup
Proxies : DISABLE Manual proxy configuration
Network : Configure the way Docker containers interact with the network
DNS Server DISABLEManual DNS configuration
Configure which WSL 2 distros you want to access Docker from
[unchecked] Enable integration with my default WSL distro
Enable integration with additional distros: **ENABLE** Ubuntu
So now I would install other containers/Apps, like WordPress (mysql or php).
For exemple :
by docker run --name some-wordpress --network some-network -d wordpress or by docker pull joomla
or by $ docker pull laravelsail/php80-composer
or curl -s https://laravel.build/laravels | bash
But I don’t want to install it on the C drive.
How can I install on the D drive (it is a external hard drive).