I have been successfully using the Windows version of astro.exe to setup and start local developer instances of Airflow running containers within Docker Desktop.
With the latest version of Windows and WSL2 I can now run Docker Desktop inside of a Linux distro within Windows. This means I can also run the Linux version of the Astro CLI instead.
I was able to successfully install the CLI using curl and I can run the tool. However, when I run astro dev init within my empty project folder, I receive the error “Error: No context set, have you authenticated to a cluster?” We are in the process of setting up Astronomer Enterprise, but I don’t have access to it yet.
Is there a way to run the CLI within Linux to run a completely local version of Airflow? Also, one note - I grabbed version 0.16.1 of the CLI for Windows and I encounter the same issue. So it appears to be a change to the CLI and not necessarily something specific to Linux?