Install Docker on Ubuntu

Docker is a tool for creating stable environments with applications, enabling us to easily run these built-in environments on different systems. How it is in details, I will have some incoming posts about it. In this tutorial, I only guide you to install Docker on Ubuntu.

Currently, I’m using Ubuntu 16.04.

First, we need to configure the apt command using the Docker repository.

To do this, first of all, you need to make sure our apt command supports HTTPS and CA authentication by running the following command:

Then install the key:

and add source list:

of the Docker to apt command.

Next, we need to run the following command to update the apt cache:

Now, you can install Docker using the apt command by running the following command:

After installation is complete, let’s start the Docker with the following command:

To test the results, let’s run the following command:

If you can see the result as follows then we have successfully installed Docker on Ubuntu.
Install Docker on Ubuntu

 

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