I posted this on reddit before I found this forum, but here it is anyway:
There are lots of moving parts in this, so where it is going wrong is still a little unclear to me. What the equivalent to the Docker menus that are talked about everywhere on the Docker Tools for Windows 7 is, I really don’t know. The problem just could be that I need to install something else. Or maybe Windows 7 is no longer supported, so once Docker stops working, tough luck?
- Windows 7 Pro
- MS Docker Toolkit (no GUI, just Docker Quickstart terminal)
- Laradock in a Lumen application using containers php-fpm, nginx, redis, workspace
- Oracle Virtualbox as the VM running whatever flavour of Linux Laradock pulls in
So, this worked for a while, then I needed to move the application to a different local directory - was under
C:\Users\Me\Github\ProjectA now under
Everything appears to start correctly, but I get the 404 when attempting to connect (docker machine on 192.168.99.101).
$ docker-compose up -d nginx redis php-fpm workspace Creating network "agg\_frontend" with driver "bridge" Creating network "agg\_backend" with driver "bridge" Creating network "agg\_default" with the default driver Creating agg\_redis\_1 ... done Creating agg\_docker-in-docker\_1 ... done Creating agg\_workspace\_1 ... done Creating agg\_php-fpm\_1 ... done Creating agg\_nginx\_1 ... done
The workspace container does not have the application mounted in it, and I guess neither does the php-fpm container, hence the 404.
I am assuming this is my problem, which seems to be backed up by many people having the same problem and using this solution:
However, the solution talks about doing some action in the “shared drives tab”. The tab of what? I don’t have any Docker GUI, no “tabs”, no shared drives that I can see. How do I apply this solution - reset the shared drives (or the “docker shared drivers” as many other posts seem to state)? I seem to have hit a brick wall.
Any clues? Thanks!