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Docker Desktop for Mac is the Community version of Docker for Mac.You can download Docker Desktop for Mac from Docker Hub.

By downloading Docker Desktop, you agree to the terms of the Docker Software End User License Agreement and the Docker Data Processing Agreement.

What to know before you install

README FIRST for Docker Toolbox and Docker Machine users

If you are already running Docker on your machine, first readDocker Desktop for Mac vs. Docker Toolbox to understand theimpact of this installation on your existing setup, how to set your environmentfor Docker Desktop on Mac, and how the two products can coexist.

Relationship to Docker Machine: Installing Docker Desktop on Mac does not affect machines you created with Docker Machine. You have the option to copy containers and images from your local default machine (if one exists) to the Docker Desktop HyperKit VM. Whenyou are running Docker Desktop, you do not need Docker Machine nodes running locally (or anywhere else). With Docker Desktop, you have a new, nativevirtualization system running (HyperKit) which takes the place of theVirtualBox system. To learn more, see Docker Desktop for Mac vs. Docker Toolbox.

System requirements

Your Mac must meet the following requirements to successfully install Docker Desktop:

  • Mac hardware must be a 2010 or a newer model, with Intel’s hardware support for memory management unit (MMU) virtualization, including Extended Page Tables (EPT) and Unrestricted Mode. You can check to see if your machine has this support by running the following command in a terminal: sysctl kern.hv_support

    If your Mac supports the Hypervisor framework, the command prints kern.hv_support: 1.

  • macOS must be version 10.13 or newer. That is, Catalina, Mojave, or High Sierra. We recommend upgrading to the latest version of macOS.

    If you experience any issues after upgrading your macOS to version 10.15, you must install the latest version of Docker Desktop to be compatible with this version of macOS.

    Note: Docker supports Docker Desktop on the most recent versions of macOS. That is, the current release of macOS and the previous two releases. Docker Desktop currently supports macOS Catalina, macOS Mojave, and macOS High Sierra.

    As new major versions of macOS are made generally available, Docker stops supporting the oldest version and support the newest version of macOS (in addition to the previous two releases).

  • At least 4 GB of RAM.

  • VirtualBox prior to version 4.3.30 must not be installed as it is not compatible with Docker Desktop.

What’s included in the installer

The Docker Desktop installation includes Docker Engine, Docker CLI client, Docker Compose, Notary, Kubernetes, and Credential Helper.

Install and run Docker Desktop on Mac

  1. Double-click Docker.dmg to open the installer, then drag the Docker icon to the Applications folder.

  2. Double-click in the Applications folder to start Docker. (In the example below, the Applications folder is in “grid” view mode.)

    The Docker menu in the top status bar indicates that Docker Desktop is running, and accessible from a terminal.

    If you’ve just installed the app, Docker Desktop launches the onboarding tutorial. The tutorial includes a simple exercise to build an example Docker image, run it as a container, push and save the image to Docker Hub.

  3. Click the Docker menu () to seePreferences and other options.

  4. Select About Docker to verify that you have the latest version.

Congratulations! You are now successfully running Docker Desktop.

If you would like to rerun the tutorial, go to the Docker Desktop menu and select Learn.

Uninstall Docker Desktop

To unistall Docker Desktop from your Mac:

  1. From the Docker menu, select Troubleshoot and then select Uninstall.
  2. Click Uninstall to confirm your selection.

Note: Uninstalling Docker Desktop will destroy Docker containers and images local to the machine and remove the files generated by the application.

Switch between Stable and Edge versions

Docker Desktop allows you to switch between Stable and Edge releases. However, you can only have one version of Docker Desktop installed at a time. Switching between Stable and Edge versions can destabilize your development environment, particularly in cases where you switch from a newer (Edge) channel to an older (Stable) channel.

For example, containers created with a newer Edge version of Docker Desktop maynot work after you switch back to Stable because they may have been createdusing Edge features that aren’t in Stable yet. Keep this in mind asyou create and work with Edge containers, perhaps in the spirit of a playgroundspace where you are prepared to troubleshoot or start over.

Experimental features are turned on by default on Edge releases. However, when you switch from a Stable to an Edge release, you must turn on the experimental features flag to access experimental features. From the Docker Desktop menu, click Preferences > Command Line and then turn on the Enable experimental features toggle. Click Apply & Restart for the changes to take effect.

To safely switch between Edge and Stable versions, ensure you save images and export the containers you need, then uninstall the current version before installing another. For more information, see the section Save and Restore data below.

Save and restore data

You can use the following procedure to save and restore images and container data. For example, if you want to switch between Edge and Stable, or to reset your VM disk:

  1. Use docker save -o images.tar image1 [image2 ...] to save any images you want to keep. See save in the Docker Engine command line reference.

  2. Use docker export -o myContainner1.tar container1 to export containers you want to keep. See export in the Docker Engine command line reference.

  3. Uninstall the current version of Docker Desktop and install a different version (Stable or Edge), or reset your VM disk.

  4. Use docker load -i images.tar to reload previously saved images. See load in the Docker Engine.

  5. Use docker import -i myContainer1.tar to create a filesystem image corresponding to the previously exported containers. See import in the Docker Engine.

For information on how to back up and restore data volumes, see Backup, restore, or migrate data volumes.

Where to go next

  • Getting started provides an overview of Docker Desktop on Mac, basic Docker command examples, how to get help or give feedback, and links to other topics about Docker Desktop on Mac.
  • Troubleshooting describes common problems, workarounds, howto run and submit diagnostics, and submit issues.
  • FAQs provide answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Release notes lists component updates, new features, andimprovements associated with Stable releases. For information about Edge releases, seeEdge release notes.
  • Get started with Docker provides a general Docker tutorial.
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MD5: 5ba031dfd678a74b9dee414af93ea514
For Mac OS 9
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emac-ati-drivers-img.sit (2.40 MB)
MD5: cccb88558aa54eaeaf62c0b79b4baa7f
For Mac OS 9
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USBSpprt_BeigeG3.sit (203.37 KB)
MD5: 9c57a11247becfaa2b7065037c5ded1e
For Mac OS 9
This app works with: QEMU

This is a Bootable, Universal Install CD-ROM of Mac OS 9.2.2, US English.

Suitable for G3 & G4 Macintosh models capable of booting from a Classic Mac OS via CD-ROM.

Mac OS CPU Software 4.9, includes the Mac OS ROM file v9.2.1

[Top DL]: The 9.2.2 universal OS installer CD's archive is a .zip compressed .iso image. It is OK to burn this back to CD using ImgBurn on Windows or Disk Utility on Mac OS X, or Toast on Mac OS 9/X. This archive has been tested as working, prior to uploading.

MD5 checksum & filename: 5ba031dfd678a74b9dee414af93ea514 *

[2nd DL]: These are the ATI drivers as shipped with the G4 eMac 1.0 GHz with 8x combo drive, from 2003, (M8950LL/A). This was perhaps the final production Macintosh able to boot native to a classic 9.x OS and its installed drivers were newer than whats on this universal install CD. If you install the Mac OS 9.2.2 that's here, onto this model eMac (possibly the eMac ATI 800MHz, also) then you should DL and use these drivers, too.
MD5 checksum & filename: cccb88558aa54eaeaf62c0b79b4baa7f *emac-ati-drivers-img.sit

Architecture: PPC

You can install Mac OS 9.2.2 from this CD onto any of the following computers: Power Mac G4, Power Macintosh G3, iMac G3, iBook G3, PowerBook G4, and PowerBook G3 (except the original PowerBook G3).

I have used this to boot up and install to a beige G3 and an eMac G4 OK. This will install onto most early to late model G3 & G4 Macs.

However if the Mac cannot boot into OS 9, e.g: Macs with USB 2.0, then this CD will not be of use (as a bootable System Install CD). Check for specs if you are unsure if your Mac is capable of booting to Mac OS 9.2.2 or earlier.

  • Confirmed working for Mac PPC models:
    • Power Macintosh G3 (beige tower) 300MHz
    • G3 iBook Clamshell (2000) 366MHz SE non FireWire
    • G3 iBook Translucent White (mid-2002) 700MHz, 16VRAM
    • G3 iMac (Summer 2000) 350MHz slot-loading, no FW/AP
    • G4 AGP Sawtooth (+ Sonnet 1 GHz processor card)
    • G4 QuickSilver (2001) 733MHz
    • G4 QuickSilver (2002) 800MHz
    • G4 eMac ATI 8x combo (M8950LL/A) 1.0GHz
    • G4 Mirrored Drive Doors (2003) 1.25GHz FireWire 400
    • QEMU Emulator

If anybody DL's this and successfully installs it to a PPC Mac, or clone, please post which model Macintosh, so it can be added to the list of Macs above that this CD is confirmed to install to.

Quick installation guide on modern Mac OS X systems (Catalina etc)

Mac Os Install Disc Download

Using QEMU, Homebrew and this image, it's fairly straightforward to create a fresh OS9 installation. The steps are listed below in a single script. A few manual steps are required, as there is no automated disk formatting and double clicking the installation button. (Perhaps we should upload a complete QEMU disk somewhere).

Note: sound is not available under qemu.

Using the, with a few gigabytes of free disk space, enter the following instructions, or run this as a script:


echo 'Installing homebrew'
/usr/bin/ruby -e '$(curl -fsSL'

echo 'Installing qemu'
brew install qemu

echo 'Getting macos9 installation image'
# The first download source simply gets stuck somewhere. Use the other one:
# Gets stuck: wget


echo 'Creating macintosh disk'
qemu-img create -f qcow2 disk.qcow2 2G

Download Mac Os Installer

echo 'Starting installation, manual actions required:'
echo 'You now have to manually tell Utilities/Drive Setup to initialize the disk and then run the installer.'
echo 'After installing and shutting down the system will boot as normal.'
qemu-system-ppc -M mac99 -m 1G -hda disk.qcow2 -cdrom macos-922-uni/macos-922-uni.iso -boot d

Mac Os X Install Cd Download

echo 'Installation complete (probably), booting normally using 'qemu-system-ppc -M mac99 -m 1G -hda disk.qcow2'.'
qemu-system-ppc -M mac99 -m 1G -hda disk.qcow2