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Kumidan

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  1. I've figured out the problem. I started the terminal inside a virtual folder created with a symbolic link, opening the terminal inside the folder which actually contains the project everything is working fine.
  2. I'm starting to use Docker with Laravel, so I installed Laradock inside my existing Laravel project following the documentation, every step until the command docker-compose up -d nginx mysql the first time the command works and I can use my application. Then I've used the command docker-compose stop and of course I can't reach my site because the webserver is off running again docker-compose up -d nginx mysql I obtain this error ERROR: for laradock_mysql_1 Cannot start service mysql: error while creating mount source path '/host_mnt/c/xampp/htdocs/laratest/laradock/mysql/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d': mkdir /host_mnt/c/xampp/htdocs/laratest: file exists I've already tried docker-compose down before to run again the up command, but with no luck why does this happen? How do I correctly stop Docker and restart again? P.S. You see the path c/xampp/htdocs, that is where my projects are (until now I was used to use xampp for developing webapps on my local machine), but xampp is now not started, so it doesn't have any effect on Docker. I'm on a Windows 10 machine
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