Wifi stuck on validating identity
SSH for the machine should still work, but connecting to exposed ports, such as the Docker daemon port (usually :2376), may not work properly.You may need to add the route manually, or use another related workaround.
Let's now see if the host machine running virtualbox (a windows box) can see the last address: telnet 192.168.100.100 22 Connecting To 192.168.100.100...Setting environment variables for machine default... command : ip addr show dev eth1 err : exit status 255 output : docker is configured to use the default machine with IP For help getting started, check out the docs at https://docs.Error running connection boilerplate: Error getting driver URL: Something went wrong running an SSH command! ~~~ (default) DBG | STDERR: (default) DBG | (default) DBG | Using SSH client type: external (default) DBG | About to run SSH command: (default) DBG | ip addr show dev eth1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (default) DBG | SSH cmd err, output: exit status 255: cygwin warning: ... In the vm console window type "ifconfig | less" to see the network interfaces.command : ip addr show dev eth1 err : exit status 255 output : windows 10 failed too. (press Show on the Virtualbox UI if the console window is not visible).Connection Error: ('Connection aborted.', error(10061, 'No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it')) docker-compose returned -1 $ docker-compose --verbose build compose.config.config.find: Using configuration files: .\auth.load_config: Trying c:/Users/worker\.docker\auth.load_config: File doesn't exist auth.load_config: Trying c:/Users/worker\.dockercfg auth.load_config: File doesn't exist - returning empty config Traceback (most recent call last): File " File "C:\projects\compose\compose\cli\main.py", line 54, in main File "C:\projects\compose\compose\cli\docopt_command.py", line 23, in sys_dispatch File "C:\projects\compose\compose\cli\docopt_command.py", line 26, in dispatch File "C:\projects\compose\compose\cli\main.py", line 169, in perform_command File "C:\projects\compose\compose\cli\command.py", line 53, in project_from_options File "C:\projects\compose\compose\cli\command.py", line 89, in get_project File "C:\projects\compose\compose\cli\command.py", line 72, in get_client File "c:\projects\compose\venv\lib\site-packages\docker\api\daemon.py", line 78, in version File "c:\projects\compose\venv\lib\site-packages\docker\client.py", line 110, in _get File "c:\projects\compose\venv\lib\site-packages\requests\sessions.py", line 477, in get File "c:\projects\compose\venv\lib\site-packages\requests\sessions.py", line 465, in request File "c:\projects\compose\venv\lib\site-packages\requests\sessions.py", line 573, in send File "c:\projects\compose\venv\lib\site-packages\requests\adapters.py", line 431, in send requests.exceptions.SSLError: [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:590) docker-compose returned -1 Same issue append to me.) Update: I deleted "host-only" network interfaces in global Virtual Box config (see docker/machine#1801 (comment)) and that fixed the problem. I had the issue and the solution to remove the default is not of much use if you have spent a lot of time downloading images to it.
I did note that I was getting the issue and I had a machine crash and upon reboot, I did not start the VM, but let Docker Quickstart Terminal start it, and it came up fine.
# # source this # # Set this IP addr to the location of the docker host # (For bridged networking, this is the LAN address on eth0) export DOCKER_IP=10.100.1.114 export DOCKER_HOST=tcp://$:2376 export DOCKER_DEF="$HOME/.docker/machine/machines/default" export DOCKER_ARGS="--tls=true --tlscacert=$DOCKER_DEF/--tlscert=$DOCKER_DEF/--tlskey=$DOCKER_DEF/key.pem" alias docker-ssh="ssh -i ~/.docker/machine/machines/default/id_rsa [email protected]$DOCKER_IP" alias docker-scp="scp -i ~/.docker/machine/machines/default/id_rsa [email protected]$DOCKER_IP" alias docker="docker $DOCKER_ARGS" With this setup, you can use any docker command "docker ps", "docker build" ,etc.
If you use shell scripts (build.sh, or Makefile, etc.) to construct docker images, don't forget to include $ on the command line in the script file.
In /etc/ssh/ssh_config (or /usr/local/etc/ssh/sshd_config), add the line docker-machine create --driver virtualbox default Running pre-create checks... Error checking TLS connection: Error checking and/or regenerating the certs: There was an error validating certificates for host "192.168.100.176": open C:\Users\worker\.docker\machine\machines\default\server.pem: The system cannot find the file specified.
You can attempt to regenerate them using 'docker-machine regenerate-certs [name]'.
For example, Bonus tip: If you want to set up port forwarding between the VM and your desktop, you can use standard ssh port forwarding.