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docker load < $(nix-build default.nix -A devcontainer) error: attribute 'devcontainer' in selection path 'devcontainer' not found -bash: $(nix-build default.nix -A devcontainer): ambiguous redirect

I'm following these instructions... https://docs.plutus-community.com/docs/setup/WindowsWSL.html

Where should the command below be called? What directory? docker load < $(nix-build default.nix -A devcontainer)

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I've run into this issue as well. Looks like that container that is referenced is in the Plutus Application Framework Repo according to the answer here: Plutus devcontainer build fails with 'devcontainer' not found

To get this to work, clone the plutus-apps repo found here: https://github.com/input-output-hk/plutus-apps

Run the steps from there with the following changes: Building Plutus and a dev container

  • Step 2: the repo needs to be updated to https://github.com/input-output-hk/plutus-apps
    • The devcontainer folder was moved to that repo
  • Step 6: in creating the /etc/nix/nix.conf file, sandbox = false and use-sqlite-wal = false as the first two lines of that file. When I tried to run nix build it was choking on something to do w/ SQLite so I removed those 2 lines and that got past that
  • Step 8: This command needs to be updated to the following:
    • nix build -f default.nix plutus-apps.haskell.packages.plutus-pab.components.library
  • Step 11: If this fails with an error related to not having the kvm feature go to your /etc/nix/nix.conf file and add this line:
    • system-features = nixos-test benchmark big-parallel kvm
    • Go back to your repo and re run the command
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