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Docker is a platform for developing, shipping, and running applications in containers.
Docker Desktop is a desktop application that provides an integrated development environment for Docker.
It allows developers to create, run, and manage Docker containers on their local machines with ease.
Two important characteristics are:
Docker Engine: Docker Desktop includes the Docker Engine, which is the core component of Docker, allowing you to create and run containers on your local system.
Container Management: It provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for managing containers and images, making it easier to build, run, and monitor containerized applications.
Let's get down to business
Check your OS (optional)
This step is just to make sure you have Deepin Linux installed.
lsb_release -a hostnamectl cat /etc/os-release uname -a
Update packages info
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get update is an important step before installing or upgrading packages on your system because it ensures that you have the most up-to-date information about available packages.
Without updating the package index, you might not see the latest versions of software or be able to install new packages that have been added to the repositories since the last update.
Follow the steps here or through the following link: https://blog.alexandrecalaca.com/how-to-set-up-docker-on-deepin-linux-os-209-via-the-terminal-emulator
Go to the main Docker page
Download the .deb package file
See Docker-desktop .deb file
Double-click on the file.
docker compose version docker --version docker version
Launch Docker desktop
systemctl --user start docker-desktop
docker --version which docker docker --help
sudo systemctl status docker
The command used to manage and control system services on Linux systems that use
systemdas their init system is
systemdis a system and service manager commonly used in modern Linux distributions.
Configure Docker hello-world
sudo docker pull hello-world
Run Docker hello-world
sudo docker run hello-world
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