I’m trying to launch my simple backend to fly.io and follow the getting started guide. After executing “flyctl launch” I get the following error:
An existing fly.toml file was found for app dawn-snowflake-1079
App is not running, deploy…
==> Validating app configuration
→ Validating app configuration done
TCP 80/443 ⇢ 8080
Remote builder fly-builder-muddy-frost-2787 ready
==> Building image with Buildpacks
→ docker host: 20.10.12 linux x86_64
20: Pulling from heroku/buildpacks
Status: Image is up to date for heroku/buildpacks:20
20-cnb: Pulling from heroku/heroku
Status: Image is up to date for heroku/heroku:20-cnb
Error fetching base layers: saving base image with ID “sha256:b2cdf0f40ce29f75cd7eef4f17dfffbabe797afacb2d802916ccbcb131eb9930” from the docker daemon: error during connect: Get “http://[fdaa:0:bdff:a7b:c6ef:71f3:63a0:2]:2375/v1.41/images/get?names=sha256%3Ab2cdf0f40ce29f75cd7eef4f17dfffbabe797afacb2d802916ccbcb131eb9930”: connect tcp [fdaa:0:bdff:a7b:c6ef:71f3:63a0:2]:2375: connection was refused
I already changed my dns server to 22.214.171.124 and turned off any vpn I have here however the problem still persists. Also tried to use another computer and get the same error.
Im now trying to use the GitHub - fly-apps/hellonode-builtin: A minimal Fly example Node application for use in tutorials example.
I would greatly appreciate any help. Thanks!