docker-cloud repository query doesn't provide a response

I’m trying to query docker-cloud repository using this command

docker-cloud repository ls

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  • I get this response.

    NAME IN_USE

    My repos are located here and have active images
    https://hub.docker.com/r/fellfromhell/workshop-python/

    What am I doing wrong?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “docker-cloud repository query doesn't provide a response”

    There are 2 different systems: Docker Hub and Docker Cloud.
    Docker Hub is a cloud-based registry. Docker Cloud is a service which helps to deploy and manage Dockerized applications. You can link Docker Cloud to repositories hosted on a third party registry. The Docker Hub registry is linked automatically and all your Docker Hub repositories are listed in https://cloud.docker.com/_/repository/list, but, unfortunately, the command

    docker-cloud repository ls
    

    returns only repositories that are on a third party registries (see
    https://docs.docker.com/apidocs/docker-cloud/#external-repository).
    Despite this, you still can inspect your image

    docker-cloud repository inspect fellfromhell/workshop-python
    

    and get some data in response. Here is the github issue https://github.com/docker/dockercloud-cli/issues/23

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