Docker is an open-source project that automates the deployment of applications inside software containers. Docker provides an additional layer of abstraction and automation of operating-system-level virtualization on Linux. This Quiz is created for you to test out your skills and learn what you don't know already. So, let's get started. Docker for Mac (Docker Desktop) Docker for Mac requires that you’re running Mojave 10.14+ or newer with an Intel CPU. M1 support is on its way. You can run VirtualBox 6+ alongside Docker Desktop. This is pretty useful because you might have some legacy apps running in Vagrant / VirtualBox to deal with (I know I do!).
I should have a way to access host machine from within container.
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Cant figure out how to do that with docker for mac beta
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With the change to all the docker images running on localhost and the ditching of virtualbox (which from what little I understand, made networking more difficult), I would think there would be a standard way to access the host machine from within the docker container. Is there a way to do this with docker for mac? All the docs regarding doing so seem to only be relevant to the virtual box version and docker-machine