I’m using my docker desktop windows install only to run docker remote commands (docker service not even running at my machine). For example when I do
docker build -h 192.168.2.33 --tag mytag http://mygitserver:8080/git/root/mydockerfilerepo.git#master:test
I still receive
SECURITY WARNING: You are building a Docker image from Windows against a non-Windows Docker host.
Even though everything is happening at remote machine (which is linux). I wouldn’t mind this warning but it actually apply permissions ‘-rwxr-xr-x’ to some files in the resulting image. When I run exactly same command from shell at that remote machine I don’t get this warning and file permissions are actually ok.
Is this expected behavior and if it is why?