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Credential store not initialised Docker Desktop uses 'pass' to store the login credentials that needs to be initialised.
Credential store not initialised
Docker Desktop is a desktop application that provides an integrated development environment for Docker.
The error message we're seeing,
credential store not initialised is related to Docker's credential store, which is used to securely store and manage login credentials for Docker registries.
Docker uses different credential helpers or credential stores on different platforms, and on Linux, it often uses
pass as one of the credential helpers.
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
Check Docker installation (optional)
Make sure your Docker is up and running here or through the following link:
Check Docker desktop installation (optional)
Make sure your Docker desktop is up and running here or through the following link: https://blog.alexandrecalaca.com/how-to-configure-docker-desktop-on-deepin-linux-os-209
Generate a gpg key
gpg --generate-key command is used to generate a new GPG (GNU Privacy Guard) key pair.
GPG is a widely used open-source software for encrypting and signing data and is commonly used for securing email communications, verifying the authenticity of software packages, and protecting sensitive information.
Provide real name and email address
Choose a passphrase
Visualize your gpg key
List the keys
The following lists all the public keys
Just in case you want to list all your private keys, you should run the following command:
Copy your public key
pass init your-key
It should be something like the following:
pass init DAZF877093FCF03Z4BFA3A0456CD93F8BCFC51B4
Open Docker desktop
Click on sign-in
Proceed to Docker desktop
Now, you should see your logged in.
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