let’s install Docker
Step 1: Update Local Database Update the local database with the command:
Step 2: Download Dependencies You’ll need to run these commands to allow your operating system to access the Docker repositories over HTTPS.
In the terminal window, type:
To clarify, here’s a brief breakdown of each command:
- apt-transport-https: Allows the package manager to transfer files and data over https
- ca-certificates: Allows the system (and web browser) to check security certificates
- curl: This is a tool for transferring data
- software-properties-common: Adds scripts for managing software
Step 3: Add Docker’s GPG Key The GPG key is a security feature.
To ensure that the software you’re installing is authentic, enter:
Add the repository
start with the system
add new user
for example check you user
start again with the new user and check
that’s all folks..!!
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