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docker-ce for Slackware
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docker-ce (Docker Community Edition) -------------------------------------------------------- (Adapted from SlackBuilds.org and Vincent Batts' original scripts.) Here's how to install the static release of Docker CE on Slackware. First, go to the download page for docker-ce for static builds: https://download.docker.com/linux/static/stable/x86_64/ Download the .tgz package. Then, ensure that the 'docker' group is present in your system, by running the following line as root: groupadd -r -g 281 docker Add your selected user accounts to the 'docker' group for these accounts to use Docker without requiring root privileges by running: usermod -a -G docker <your_username> (Note that currently-logged-in user accounts will need to relog.) Then, with the .tgz package in the same directory as the docker-ce.SlackBuild script, run the script as root to convert the .tgz to a Slackware .txz: ./docker-ce.SlackBuild This will produce a Slackware compatible .txz package. The exact version number in the package filename will depend on the version of docker-ce found in download.docker.com, but it will be something like: docker-ce-17.12.0-x86_64-1zakame You'll find the output package in the /tmp directory. Then, install the package (again as root): cd /tmp upgradepkg --install-new docker-ce-17.12.0-x86_64-1zakame.txz Enjoy! :-)