I was playing with Kestra as I investigated some data orchestration frameworks.
docker-compose in their getting started was error-ing out for me on my Ubuntu server with syntax errors. I check and was running an older Docker version:
So I thought I’ll just install what they recommended: Docker Desktop.
After installing I got this error as Kestra needs root privileges (I think) to spawn other containers to do work via
Error response from daemon: driver failed programming external connectivity on endpoint homelab-kestra-1 (35ac5e6f0948606533f8daa03a653e5c8ee79f615c329969bcf2dcee0468c1ec): fork/exec /usr/bin/rootlesskit-docker-proxy: no such file or directory
I thought I had done this before, passing in
docker.sock… How did this work before?
I should have just installed Docker Engine on my server (after uninstalling Docker Desktop); and I did; and now I’m good to go 👏
I was playing with AirByte and noticed it was running after I rebooted. I had no idea where the docker-compose was that I had fired it up with was.
And that told me where 💪