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I downloaded Docker for Mac this afternoon, de-installed dinghy (via brew) and ancillary software. Best adroid emulator mac. I installed Docker for Mac and then typed in Terminal: docker version I get the following message about a missing c.
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This includes hacking, using a loophole, or other methods not publicly advertised by the usenet provider. I run a docker-compose yaml file, it's honestly the absolute best possible way imho to do this. I map all of the drives around as needed, put all of the configurations and download location on host based maps (volumes). I run docker-compose up and everything is running. If I want to update something, I bring down all my containers, docker pull image, then back to docker-compose up. Super simple and easy.
I'll note this is on a linux server, I'm not sure I'd argue it's the best solution if you're on a mac. I'd think it's better than trying to run everything natively, but it's going to be a VM (because of the way macs have to run containers).
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