[Error response from daemon: No such container: binfmt] - VS Code IDE Extension Issue Report (542d692143b6bf32620d345959781f8d)

OS: linux :: x64
Distro: Debian GNU/Linux 12 (bookworm)
Extension activation logs:

 Activating Torizon IDE ...
 Telemetry is enabled
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 User defined host IP address found
 Host IP address OK
 Docker installed OK
 Docker running OK
 Docker compose OK
 PowerShell OK
 git OK
 dig OK
 avahi-resolve OK
 nmap OK
 iputils-ping OK
 file OK
 sshpass OK
 net-tools OK
 Cloning project templates
 Project templates clone OK
 Project templates fetched OK
 Checkout templates repo to v2.3.2 OK
 Checking connected devices ...
 Scanning Torizon devices ...
 Configuring debug id_rsa ...
 Debug id_rsa OK
 Torizon IDE extension activated
 WARNING :: Device not reached! Please check if the device is turned on and connected to the network.
 ERROR :: 10.12.0.239 not reached
 Debian bookworm packages list load OK
 ERROR :: validate-deps-running failed with exit code 69

Tasks logs:

Container Runtime: docker
Run Arguments: --rm --privileged torizon/binfmt
Container Name: binfmt
Error response from daemon: No such container: binfmt
Container does not exists. Starting ...
 *  Terminal will be reused by tasks, press any key to close it. 

 *  Executing task in folder FSP_System: pwsh .conf/validateDepsRunning.ps1 


儭 VALIDATING ENVIRONMENT

 Missing settings.json properties, aborting

儭  Did you forget to set default device?
If you are facing issues even after setting default device, please remove the registered device and connect it again.


 *  The terminal process "pwsh '.conf/validateDepsRunning.ps1'" terminated with exit code: 69. 
 *  Terminal will be reused by tasks, press any key to close it. 




Reported by: @undefined

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Thanks :robot:

Strange for some reason it appears to fail to run the torizon/binfmt container. Well the container image does exist here: Docker

Perhaps theres something wrong with your docker setup? Its hard to say without more information.

Best Regards,
Jeremias