Nano Server is a new headless deployment option for Windows Server, running at a fraction of the size of the full operating system. Please consult the Nano Server Getting Started Guide on how to install optional roles and features from the online package repository (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt126167(v=ws.12).aspx).
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Are the Serial Ports removed from this image?
Is it possible to enable the Serial Ports?
If you are getting blob unknown make sure you have enabled windows containers. It seems to fail if you are in linux container mode.
As the package of nanoserver is extracting and dockerd.exe got run.
Kaspersky alert me with Trojan.Win32.Generic on the dockerd.exe file
Now I cannot do anything with docker but uninstall & re-install again.
@littlebrainz you get unknown blob if your using linux container.
In windows 10, click the docker icon in your tray and switch to Windows containers
> docker pull microsoft/nanoserver Using default tag: latest latest: Pulling from microsoft/nanoserver bce2fbc256ea: Downloading 3ac17e2e6106: Downloading unknown blob
I got the following error: C:\Program Files\Docker\docker.exe: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority. Does anyone know how to resolve it? Thanks.
@elranu - Are you trying to download this container on a Linux machine? If so, it will return "unknown blob". If you're using Windows and still hitting the error, go ahead and open an issue on GitHub docker/docker so a developer can look into it.
I'm getting the following error:
docker pull microsoft/nanoserver
Using default tag: latest
latest: Pulling from microsoft/nanoserver
bce2fbc256ea: Pulling fs layer
If you get error failed to register layer: re-exec error: exit status 1: output: ProcessBaseLayer. I can handle that and repoduced on my servers in order to reply you. The problem is all about privileges account and access files and folders. To be quick, try uninstall docker service, remove files and folders. The issue here you can see if you try to access C:\ProgramFiles (hidden folder, you have to show hide files and folders). Once you are into that folder, try to access Docker folder, i you see a warning "don't have rights, elevate". You found the problem. Elevate rights and access that folder, delete it. Now, log out and login with "Administrator" Account, not a user with admin privileges, Administrator main account. Reinstall docker follow MS steps, don't mind docker 1.12, 1.14-dev, it works with both versions. Now you can pull that container. I also recommend my repo, nanoserver/iis . Hope you can fix now. Please comment if you can pull that. Cheers.