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= Docker =
 
 
 
Docker is a platform to build Linux containers.
 
Docker is a platform to build Linux containers.
  
== Installing Docker via xbps ==
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== Installing Docker via XBPS ==
  
<pre>xbps-install docker</pre>
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# xbps-install docker
  
 
== Installing Docker Compose ==
 
== Installing Docker Compose ==
  
It's a tool to create and run multi-container Docker apps.
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Docker Compose is a tool to create and run multi-container Docker apps.
  
<pre>xbps-install docker-compose</pre>
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# xbps-install docker-compose
  
 
== Starting the Docker daemon ==
 
== Starting the Docker daemon ==
  
Be sure to enable and start the service before trying to use it. If It does not enable, It does not work.
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Be sure to enable and start the service before trying to use it. If it is not enabled, it won't work.
  
<pre>ln -s /etc/sv/docker /var/service/</pre>
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# ln -s /etc/sv/docker /var/service/
For more documentation about using services see, for example: [[runit]]
 
  
== Command line interaction with cups ==
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For more documentation about using services, see for example [[runit]].
  
For more information about Docker commands, please read this [https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/cli/ URL].
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== Command line interaction with CUPS ==
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For more information about Docker commands, please read the [https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/cli/ official documentation].
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Revision as of 14:53, 12 September 2017

Docker is a platform to build Linux containers.

Installing Docker via XBPS

# xbps-install docker

Installing Docker Compose

Docker Compose is a tool to create and run multi-container Docker apps.

# xbps-install docker-compose

Starting the Docker daemon

Be sure to enable and start the service before trying to use it. If it is not enabled, it won't work.

# ln -s /etc/sv/docker /var/service/

For more documentation about using services, see for example runit.

Command line interaction with CUPS

For more information about Docker commands, please read the official documentation.