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This means you are already running the server or have another service bound to the port 8090. Run
docker-compose down in any directories you may have ran the server from and ensure nothing is using that port.
View this compatibility list to find out: https://success.docker.com/article/compatibility-matrix
Generally, the oldest kernel which supports Docker is 3.10. Any lower than this and you will need to upgrade. Some distrubutions however backport the kernel features which Docker requires
root access to run, you can start it with
sudo. Otherwise, you can grant your user permissions by following this post-install guide.
We offer a WebViewer Server Installer for Windows which does not use Docker. It can be found here
The docker files are trying to pull Linux only products, in order to build on Windows your Docker must be set to
Use Linux Containers, this can be done by right clicking the Docker tray icon and selecting the
Use Linux Containers option.
It's possible but depends on your own configuration and environment. WebViewer Server running on Windows uses a Virtual Machine through Docker in order to run Linux Containers, meaning nested virtualization must be enabled in your VM and the host machine.
You can use the Docker toolbox which uses VirtualBox to handle virtualization.
Open up a command prompt and type
docker-machine ip, this should list the ip for the container. Use this IP address to connect to the server rather than
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