Azure failure to deploy built image due to missing docker.sock

I’ve been following your instructions at getting Binderhub running on an AKS cluster running on Azure. Everything works correctly until you try to build and deploy a container with a binder, and then if you describe the pods which are stuck at ‘container creating’ it says the following:

Unable to attach or mount volumes: unmounted volumes=[dockersocket-host], unattached volumes=[binder-image-cleaner-token-6nwz4 dockerlib-host dockersocket-host]: timed out waiting for the condition

MountVolume.SetUp failed for volume “dockersocket-host” : hostPath type check failed: /var/run/docker.sock is not a socket file

I can’t find anybody else having this problem in the discussion area, so perhaps somebody can shed some light?

This is using Kubernetes latest version along with Binder 0.2.0-n611.he777436