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Welcome to Docker Documentation

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We've made it easy for you to file new issues.

  • Click New issue on the docs repository and fill in the details, or

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  • Click the Give feedback link on the side of every page in the docs.

    Docs feedback on each page

Contribute to Docker docs

We value your contribution. We want to make it as easy as possible to submit your contributions to the Docker docs repository. Changes to the docs are handled through pull requests against the main branch. To learn how to contribute, see

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