Once I started playing with Docker on Windows it quickly turned out that latest version heavily rely on WSL 2, in comparison to an older Hyper-V based approach. One thing that changed significantly during this technology transition was lack of a setting screen to actually define the location (and other params), where the containers and downloaded images should be stored. As the space they occupy grows really fast and default is not always the best place for it!
Read more →And the day has finally came. Turned out my docker image for Continuous Integration to build Android native apps doesn’t work anymore. Honestly, it wasn’t even my fault. At first glance the OS was OK, Android SDK was also OK, but then fastlane installation was not happy about something. And that little something turned out to be a real PAIN … in my arm! Ruby ta-da-da-tam! But how was that?
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