Posted April 10, 2018 05:24:56 docker is a lightweight, cross-platform container framework that runs on Windows, Linux, macOS, and Windows Phone.

It is available for both Linux and macOS, but it runs only on Windows.

This article will walk you through the installation of Docker on your Windows 10 machine and see how to set up a virtual machine to host it. 1.

Create a new Virtual Machine 1.1.

Creating a new Windows 10 virtual machine First, you’ll need to create a virtual machines file.

To do this, right-click on your desktop and select Create New Virtual Machine… 2.

Click the New button to create the new virtual machine.

2.1) Choose a name for your new virtual machines.

You can choose either Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro, or Windows 10 Enterprise.


Click Next.

3) Choose an Operating System.

You may want to choose Windows 10 RTM or Windows Server 2019.


Click Finish.

5) Click Next to create your Windows virtual machine’s configuration.


Click New to add the virtual machine and create a new network and network adapters.


Click OK to proceed to create network and adapters.


Click Close to close the wizard.

Note: If you do not see any progress bar, click Yes to confirm the changes.

7a) Right-click the new Windows virtual machines and select Properties… 7b) Select the Networking tab and click New Network.

7c) In the Network box, select IPv4.

7d) Enter the IP Address of the virtual machines network adapter.

7e) Enter a name and the port number of the network adapter (if required).

7f) Click Finish and the virtual network adapter is created.

8) Click OK when you’re done to finish the wizard to finish setting up the virtual virtual machine with Docker.

1b) Creating a virtual host and using Docker 1.2.

Creating the virtual host You can create a Windows 10 host using Docker.

To create a Linux or macOS virtual machine, follow the same steps.

1a) Open a command prompt window and run the following command: docker create -f virtualhost:port 80:80 ubuntu linux:latest ubuntu:latest 1b – You’ll see a new folder called virtualhost and an entry with the name ubuntu.

It contains the virtualhost name.

1c) Copy and paste the ubuntu file from the previous step.

1d) Create a virtual network and configure it.

You’ll need two network adapters, which you’ll use for the first step.

2a) In a command line window, run the docker-compose up command.

If you’re not sure whether to use the dockercompose command or the docker image, follow these instructions: docker-image:latest -d -f -t ubuntu1 -v $(docker-composer init -c) ubuntu ubuntu -d docker-network:${IP_ADDRESS}:${PORT_NUMBER} docker-machine:${NAME} dockercomposers:${PROJECT_NAME} 1b1 – You should see a container named ubuntu in the list of containers.

Now, open up the VirtualBox app and you should see Ubuntu.

If the Docker image is installed, you can click to open a terminal and type docker create –name ubuntu .

You’ll get an output similar to the following.

[email protected]:~$ docker-engine start ubuntu This image has Docker Engine installed.

You will be able to see it on your local machine with docker ps -a .

1c2) Now you should be able start up your virtual machine by typing docker-open ubuntu and typing docker run ubuntu to start the Docker Engine service.

2d) Open up the Docker Shell and type the following commands to start your virtual host.

docker-shell -t –name myhostname -p 8080 -e “docker run myhostservice” [email protected]:/usr/local/bin/docker-open myhostserver -p 8888 -e docker-host:${PATH}${PATH}:8888 ubuntu Ubuntu: 8888: 8881: ubuntu2d – You can also use Docker’s CLI, which is similar to Docker’s web interface.

docker -d ubuntuserver ubuntu/ubuntu/ubuntu2d Running: /home/ubuntu1/.docker/machine:/home/home1/.local/share/docker/myhostname/ubuntuubuntu2.10.2-10.x86_64-1.3.1-ubuntu2 Docker: Starting container: ubid=5b9dabc7-3c6c-4b9e-a1aa-0a9d06e0a2c,name=myhost1 Running: docker run –rm ubid:5b