Docker is a containerization software solution , used as a Virtual environment to package and deploy applications . You can package your application along with its dependencies in a container which can run on any linux server .
A Fedora production server or a Fedora System.
Installing Docker On Fedora
Lets get started and install docker on fedora .
1.1 Install Fedora Using Default Package Manager.
Install Using DNF
What is DNF ?
The package manager mostly in use for fedora is DNF package manager . We are going to check how we can install nginx using DNF .
We are going to install plugins package by using the following command
sudo dnf -y install dnf-plugins-core
Now , once required packages are installed we are going to add a repository nby using the following command
sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo https://download.docker.com/linux/fedora/docker-ce.repo
Now we are redy to install docker ,
sudo dnf -y install docker-ce docker-ce-cli containerd.io
Press y to continue. That’s it. You have got Docker on your system. You may check if it’s running fine by using this command:
How to Install Docker using RPM Package Manager.
It is one of the most useful ways to install docker . We can switch multiple versions of docker using this method .
Test Your Docker Installation
We can test if docker has been installed properly . But before testing you need to do following things .
Enable docker service as it’s not enabled by default .
sudo systemctl enable docker
sudo systemctl start docker
In order to test if docker is installed correctly , check status of docker service by executing following command
sudo systemctl status docker