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Com/boot2docker-lightweightlinux-for-docker/boot2docker-together-withvirtualbox-guest-additions-da1e3ab2465c. Though this solution works, it is a hack and is not recommended. Meanwhile, the Docker community is actively trying to find a solution (check out issue #64 in the boot2Docker GitHub repository and #4023 in the Docker repository). Now http://localhost:8000 will serve the directory you are currently running in, but from a Docker container. Take care though, because any changes you make are written into the host's filesystem as well.