Sometimes you just have to think outside the box. Just buying an old win pro 7 key and to update win 10 home to pro is really the fastest possibility i guess instead fo working with some Workarounds. Thanks nugai worked like a charm.
Hi after running the scripts and making a change in registry the installation coninue without any errors. However after logging off and onn as sugested at the end I got error from starting daemon complaining about incorrect windows version. Thus “docker version” cmd also finishes with error at the end, that no daemon is running.
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Docker doesn’t support your Windows version. Check documentation for minimum requirements
Hi, just ran both scripts, changed the registry, installed version 18.09.2, changed registry back, logged in, and ran hello-world.
So far everything working perfectly.
@mapk sry for not updating but I got Docker for windows working two weeks ago and it works perfectly without any problems. Today I was trying to trying to setup a virtual machine in virtualbox and when it didn’t work there I moved to VMware and it said that there was an issue when trying to start the vm as it something in hyper-v seems to block it. So I was wondering if there is a way to remove the hyper-v and containers things we did when we ran the bat script.
Or will resetting the pc reset everything to default state coz anyway I was going to reset my pc in April.
Indeed, with hyper-v installed and activated and registry change it is running now on my windows home.
Strange that these guys don’t support this from the start.
please read till the end
I was able to install Dockers in windos 10 home edition by enabling virtualization from BIOS and the Docker is working fine.
Steps for installing
- enable virtualization from BIOS
- install Docker Toolbox
- use the Oracle virtualbox to create a virtual Linux image (used Ubuntu 18.X version)
- install Docker on the linux image and work out of it
Post the installation realized the easier thing would have been
- create a bootable Ubnuntu on a thumb drive
- enable dual booting from bios
- install docker on Ubuntu
this is more clean and easy to do i think, please let me know your views.