Install Docker In Linux
Install Docker on RHEL/CentOS/Fedora
In brief, after updated your system, you can simply type the follow commands:
sudo yum install docker-ce -y # install docker package sudo service docker start # start docker service chkconfig docker on # start up automatically
- If your SELinux and BTRFS are on working, you may meet an error message as follow:
# systemctl status docker.service -l ... SELinux is not supported with the BTRFS graph driver! ...
Modify /etc/sysconfig/docker as follow:
# Modify these options if you want to change the way the docker daemon runs #OPTIONS='--selinux-enabled' OPTIONS='' ...
Restart your docker service
- Storage Issue:
Error message found in /var/log/upstart/docker.log
[graphdriver] using prior storage driver \"btrfs\"...
Just delete directory /var/lib/docker and restart docker service
Install Docker on Ubuntu/Debian
Generally, you are supposed to add the repository, and then
sudo apt-get install docker-ce
Both Debian Series and RHEL Series can be controlled by
sudo service docker start # stop, restart, ...
Once you started your service, you would find a socket file
/var/run/docker.sock, and then you would able to execute your docker commands.