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Unable to find image 'cloned:latest' locally

I am following this video tutorial (https://asciinema.org/a/326357) for my research work. I am using Ubuntu 18.04. I have download the .tar file and was able to load the image successfully. However, when I try to run the image using the command sudo docker run -ti -v $(pwd):/home/fenics/shared/ --name robust_training robust_training:all_installed_OK, it gives an error that says Unable to find image 'cloned:latest' locally.

If I just check for images using sudo docker images command I get below results.

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Am I doing any mistake in running the loaded docker image? I am new to Docker. Thank you in advance for your help and support.

Thank you.
Suraj Pawar

This is a reply to an old question but hopefully it helps the next person. You may have a space in on one of the directories in the path ( probably one named as such: “git cloned”) returned from $(pwd), which is your current directory path in the shell - so make sure you have none with a space or escape those spaces and it will work.

So the problem was that I was trying to run a docker image which doesn’t exist.

I needed to build the image:

docker build . -t xameeramir/cra-docker
And then run it:

docker run -p 8080:80 xameeramir/cra-docker