Docker-Machine stuck on creating default

I’m trying to start the default machine of Docker on Mac OSX.

Everytime i’m trying to start a new default machine by command:

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  • docker-machine create --driver virtualbox default

    of using Docker Quick Start Terminal It stucks on

    (default) Creating SSH key...

    This is the output:

    Running pre-create checks...
    Creating machine...
    (default) Copying /Users/avivpaz/.docker/machine/cache/boot2docker.iso to /Users/avivpaz/.docker/machine/machines/default/boot2docker.iso...
    (default) Creating VirtualBox VM...
    (default) Creating SSH key...

    This is my OSX and Docker versions:

    Mac 10.11.3    
    docker-machine version 0.6.0, build e27fb87

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “Docker-Machine stuck on creating default”

    That seems to be followed by issue 2788 and more related to VirtualBox than docker machine.

    Try and reboot the Mac, or make sure there is no VBox… process.

    First, just delete the boot2docker.iso from ~/cache directory and once again restart the docker terminal. If will download the fresh latest boot2docker.iso and you are good to go.
    If it’s not working manually download the latest boot2docker.iso and place it into the above directory of cache

    $ ~/.docker/machine/cache
    $ ls

    And, finally run to create an virtual machine,

    docker-machine create --driver virtualbox default

    And, again, you are good to go. Hope this helps.

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