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Add in a note about running singularity on docker for mac #1471

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@Friss Friss commented Mar 24, 2017

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This took me awhile to figure out and wasn't until I saw your note on #1421 to know what I had to do. So hopefully this can help avoid future confusion for users.

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If you want to give Singularity a try, you can install [docker](https://docs.docker.com/installation/) and [docker-compose](https://docs.docker.com/compose/#installation-and-set-up) to run our example cluster.

**Note** If you are running Docker for macOS you need to run Singularity on a docker machine. You can create one with the following commands.

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Just to be specific:

Note The Docker development setup is currently not compatible with Docker for Mac due to its usage of HOST network mode. You can instead run Singularity via docker-machine using the following commands:

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@Friss Friss commented Mar 24, 2017

Done @ssalinas 👍

@ssalinas ssalinas merged commit c218d31 into HubSpot:master Mar 24, 2017
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