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HDF Sandandbox 3.0 Docker install on Mac OSX not working,

New Contributor

Hi,

Very new to all of this. Am running through IoT weather Station tutorial and have hit roadblock trying to get HDF3 Sandbox up and going in Docker on Mac OSX. Have downloaded tar from site but when loading get the following error:

Pauls-iMac:Downloads paul$ docker load -i sandbox-summit-v15.tar

open /var/lib/docker/tmp/docker-import-147953937/apps/json: no such file or directory

At a loss as to how to rectify. Docker appears to be running fine with no issues and have pre-allocated 12gb within Docker as per tutorial recommendation.

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New Contributor
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The HDF docker image is an imported image, not a saved image. Docker load will not work, although the instructions tell you to do so. Use docker import instead:

On macOS/linux/Windows:

$> docker import "HDF_3.0_docker_12_6_2017.tar.gz"

And then use the startup script to start up the container...

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Explorer

I have the same issue, using Windows 10 with Docker Version 17.06.0-ce-win19 (12801) Channel: stable

I ran the following command:

docker load -i "HDF_3.0_docker_12_6_2017.tar.gz"

After some time a similar error is shown:

open /var/lib/docker/tmp/docker-import-807691524/apps/json: no such file or directory

Have you found a solution to this?

New Contributor
,

The HDF docker image is an imported image, not a saved image. Docker load will not work, although the instructions tell you to do so. Use docker import instead:

On macOS/linux/Windows:

$> docker import "HDF_3.0_docker_12_6_2017.tar.gz"

And then use the startup script to start up the container...

Explorer

This worked for me. Running the startup script also succeeded. Thanks!

New Contributor

Thanks very much. This solution works.