The Docker proxy instruction link above implies that you must create one
file in the
folder for each environment variable you define. This is not the case. You can create a single
file that includes multiple “Environment” declarations. For example, you could create and install a single file named “
” that looks something like the following:
You can quickly confirm that Docker has a properly configured set of proxy environment variables by typing “
” at a terminal shell command prompt (e.g., a “bash shell”). Near the end of the info page, you will see the proxy variables that you set in the
file, as in the example above. If you do not see your proxy settings in that info screen, you may need to restart the Docker daemon or restart your system.