I have run through StackOverflow and other questions / docs – including the official ones and still have not been able to start
docker. Given the latest info here are a couple of options tried:
$ docker daemon `docker daemon` is not supported on Darwin. Please run `dockerd` directly 16:20:54/Applications $dockerd -bash: dockerd: command not found
docker-machine also surfaces as an option but that is gone for some time.
So what is the canonical way to start the
docker daemon? If it matters I am on
Sierra : and the
docker is the latest downloaded today 12/12/17.
$docker version Client: Version: 17.11.0-ce API version: 1.34 Go version: go1.9.2 Git commit: 1caf76c Built: unknown-buildtime OS/Arch: darwin/amd64 Cannot connect to the Docker daemon at unix:///var/run/docker.sock. Is the docker daemon running?
It is also worrisome that the URI referred to starts with
unix. Is there some preparation and/or configuration step(s) I missed?
open --background -a Docker
I do not have the whale either.
I had to restart Docker this morning and used this: