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I get this when trying to run hello_world :
Unable to find image 'hello_world:latest' locally
Pulling repository docker.io/library/hello_world
C:\Program Files\Docker Toolbox\docker.exe: Error: image library/hello_world:latest not found.
See 'C:\Program Files\Docker Toolbox\docker.exe run --help'.
Newbies not to understand anything with that example.
This example is not starting
i test install and configure docker on ubuntu on ibm power systems (linux on power). but i cannot start docker container on my systems. i found error detail as below.
natitad@dockerubuntuppc64:~$ sudo docker images
REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED VIRTUAL SIZE
ubuntu 14.04 d9560c05d6bd 3 days ago 188 MB
mongo latest 96267d06ead4 2 weeks ago 326.7 MB
httpd latest 929f5c8eee3f 2 weeks ago 195.4 MB
httpd 2.4 929f5c8eee3f 2 weeks ago 195.4 MB
hello-world latest 95f1eedc264a 6 weeks ago 1.848 kB
natitad@dockerubuntuppc64:~$ sudo docker run hello-world
exec format error
Error response from daemon: Cannot start container 9d7809d260978643ced8da0c64bda50e3261fe531654c773d7e34e638e7d2940:  System error: exec format error
Please help guide me
@sarjunkumar24391 do you have the output from when you try to run the container? Maybe something is wrong with your tags and it's still pulling the (unaltered) version from the repository instead of your local updated version.
@galope (maybe @alexus as well), RPi is an ARM architecture so the Docker-based apps have to be specifically packaged for that architecture (which the hello-world app isn't). You'll have to look for apps that are packaged for ARM. A good resource on the subject can be found here: http://blog.hypriot.com/getting-started-with-docker-on-your-arm-device/
I looked in the souce code and understood how the output is generated. but if i change the message in the hello.asm file and build a new automated image in docker hub, the message is not updated.... its still showing "Hello from Docker"...
SO HOW TO CHANGE THE MESSAGE CONTENT TO BE DISPLAYED
~ $ sudo docker run hello-world
Unable to find image 'hello-world:latest' locally
latest: Pulling from library/hello-world
docker: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority.
See 'docker run --help'.
(RaspberryPi2)ubuntu@localhost:~$ sudo docker run hello-world
exec format error
FATA Error response from daemon: Cannot start container c96fc7d9b1269215aac9733b71752c05ffe6ae54ca4dc284384e6ae5dce981c2:  System error: exec format error
(RaspberryPi2)ubuntu@localhost:~$ snappy info
frameworks: docker.canonical, webdm.sideload