To complete our installation, we need to start Minikube. To do this, run the following command:
$ minikube start
On macOS, you should see something like this:
As you can see, the ISO used to create the virtual machine has been downloaded. The virtual machine starts, the certificates that we will be using to authenticate against our one node cluster are generated, and then finally kubectl is configured with the details of our local Kubernetes cluster.
Running the same command on Windows 10 results in exactly the same set of steps:
Also, as you may have already guessed, running on Ubuntu 17.04 gives the same results. Run ...