I was advised to redirect this thread from the base Intel Joule forum to this one. Please see below.
I am attempting to get my development environment configured to the point where I can compile and run the provided examples (Hello_World.cpp, specifically). I am following along with the setup instructions at https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/642105 IoT - Setting up the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition (Linux*) | Intel® Software to configure the development environment in Linux.
Once I get to the end of the Create a new Project step, I am met with a popup that says "Could not create the Docker container for the selected project". I followed the installation steps at the top of the instructions exactly, and can confirm that executing `docker ps` returns the expected output (based on the instructions).
Some details about my environment:
Ubuntu Linux 14.04 running in a virtual machine
$ docker -v
Docker version 1.6.2, build 7c8fca2
$ java -version
java version "1.8.0_101"
Java(TM_ SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_101-b13)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.101-b13, mixed mode)
Some terse Googling didn't come up with any other instances of this Docker error. Is there some other dependency that I may be lacking due to Ubuntu version or anything? I've seen explicit mention of using 16.04 in another thread here regarding cross-compilation ( ), which is a longer-term goal of mine as well.
Many thanks in advance,
EDIT: One possibility is that docker, because it requires virtualization itself, can not be used within a virtual machine? I'm afraid I'm not familiar enough with docker to flush this thought out much more, but I'll continue to look into it and update this thread if I find anything interesting.
Thanks for your interest in the Intel® Joule Platform.
We appreciate all the information provided, and we would like to let you know that we are going to investigate a little bit more your issue and as soon as we find useful information we'll let you know.
We'll appreciate your patience during the meantime.
Thank you for your acknowledgement.
It actually looks like I have nobody to blame but myself: I've since tried upgrading by Ubuntu Linux distribution from 14.04 to 16.04 (which your setup guide lists as a requirement) and am already seeing some success: I no longer am greeted with the docker error immediately upon trying to finalize the Project Setup.
I will let you know if the problem persists, but in the meantime you can consider my issue closed. I will tag the question as Resolved.