Running in a docker on Windows 10 home

I have a Windows 10 Home Machine, and want to run Carla in a docker on it. Sofar, no luck. Has anyone done this? I have a GEForce RTX 2070 card, which meets the stated requirements. I installed wsl2 on the machine, and docker, and attempted to run carla through docker (version 0.9.10). It didn’t like the --runtime=nvidia, and also didn’t like the --gpus flag.

After doing some research, I found that in order to use the gpus through docker on a windows 10 home box, you needed a new driver (Version 460.20), which also required an experimental version of windows (V 2004, Build 20241, 1005). Now, with the new driver installed, on the experimental version of windows, when I try to do “docker run -p 2000-2002:2000-2002 --runtime=nvidia --gpus all carlasim/carla:0.9.10.1”, I get:
docker: Error response from daemon: Unknown runtime specified nvidia.

Anyone know what to do about this error? I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time on this and am about to wipe this windows box and put linux on it. Thanks for any help!