How To Install Docker on Ubuntu 19.04
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avoid typing sudo whenever you run the docker command
sudo usermod -aG docker ${USER}

# check service status
sudo systemctl status docker
# pull and run an image
docker run hello-world
docker run -itP centos cat /etc/redhat-release
# lists all the images on your local system
docker images --help
docker images
# show all containers on the system
docker ps --help
docker ps -a
docker ps --no-trunc -a
# log into the Docker Hub
docker login --username=yourhubusername
# removing containers
docker ps -a
docker rm --help
docker rm 6075298d5896
# modify an image
docker run -itP -v "$HOME/KIT":/adrhc/KIT -v /home/adrk/certs/:/adrhc/certs centos /bin/bash
cd root
yum -y update
yum install -y wget
yum localinstall -y epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm
yum -y update
yum install -y nano mlocate zip unzip iftop htop net-tools openssh-clients openssh-server which sysvinit-tools psmisc less man-db openssl davfs2 fuse
# configure sshd
sed -i s/"#Port 22"/"Port 322"/ /etc/ssh/sshd_config
# if you want to change the port on a SELinux system, you have to tell SELinux about this change:
semanage port -a -t ssh_port_t -p tcp 322
# solving ERROR: Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key
/usr/bin/ssh-keygen -A
netstat -tulpn
# committing d513e8dff620 container to a new named adrhc/centos7:v2 image:
docker commit -m "CentOS + epel" -a "adrhc" d513e8dff620 adrhc/centos7:v2
# or commit using the container's name (gloomy_goldstine) to a new named adrhc/centos7:v2 image:
docker commit -m "CentOS + epel" -a "adrhc" gloomy_goldstine adrhc/centos7:v2
# or commit last created container to a new named adrhc/centos7:v2 image:
docker commit -m "CentOS + epel" -a "adrhc" `docker ps -lq` adrhc/centos7:v2
# push an image to Docker Hub (see it at
docker push adrhc/centos7
# run the above commited image:
docker run -itP -v "$HOME/KIT":/adrhc/KIT -v /home/adrk/certs/:/adrhc/certs adrhc/centos7:v2 /bin/bash -> will create the container 3a63cfee66f4
# renaming 3a63cfee66f4 container created above
docker ps -a | grep 3a63cfee66f4
docker rename 3a63cfee66f4 my_centos7
# or rename last created container:
docker rename `docker ps -lq` my_centos7
# re-running the container 3a63cfee66f4
docker start 3a63cfee66f4
docker start my_centos7
# connecting to/bringing to front the running container
docker attach 3a63cfee66f4
docker attach my_centos7
# detach (see!msg/docker-user/nWXAnyLP9-M/kbv-FZpF4rUJ)
docker run -i -t → can be detached with ^P^Q and reattached with docker attach
docker run -i → cannot be detached with ^P^Q; will disrupt stdin
docker run → cannot be detached with ^P^Q; can SIGKILL client; can reattach with docker attach
# stopping a running container
docker stop my_centos7
# get the IP address of the running my_centos7 container
docker inspect --format='{{range .NetworkSettings.Networks}}{{.IPAddress}}{{end}}' my_centos7
# remove container
docker rm 3a63cfee66f4
# or by name
docker rm my_centos7
# remove image
docker images; docker ps -a
docker rmi 143d6907480f
docker rmi -f 143d6907480f -> removes related containers too
# connect using ssh to the container named my_centos7
# make sure the container exposes desired ports (
ssh -p 322 root@`docker inspect --format='{{range .NetworkSettings.Networks}}{{.IPAddress}}{{end}}' my_centos7`

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