Thank you for the message and for letting me know. You should not need to run the start commands you mentioned as the up -d command should ensure your containers are started. How long did you wait for your CMS login page to become available? It can take a short while for the Login page to be accessible after a up command has been run.
EDIT: I can see you have now included a screenshot of the Logs from your terminal, showing that you are running the
docker-compose up -d command. You than check if they’re up with the
docker ps command a very short while after, approx 20 seconds according to the logs. The next commands suggest you are then running the start commands but I have no idea how long afterwards you are doing that as there is no timestamp.
You could as a test try compose downing your CMS, then try to go to the Login page to make sure the CMS containers are definitely stopped. Then use the up
docker-compose up -d command you used before and this time wait for at least 10 minutes to make sure the containers have enough time to start. If you still cannot access your CMS login page, return to the terminal and provide a screenshot of the
docker ps --all command results.