can you run docker without
sudo? Try on a new terminal:
docker run --rm -it hello-world
The extension expects that your default user is in the Docker group and that it is possible to run
sudo. Please follow this Docker Engine post-installation steps | Docker Documentation . We will add a note about this on the documentation (it’s missing).
I had installed here the VBox to try the same environment and I was able to debug the application successfully. But I had to allow the ports
5002 on the windows firewall (for inbound and outbound):
These are used on the device to get the Docker image from the local registry (inside the VM) (I’m using bridge network on my VM).
Let me know if this works on your side.