Steps to install Docker Container on Manjaro Linux
1. Run system update
First of all, use the Pacman and run the system update command that not only installs the available packages but also refreshes the repository.
Using virtual machines have its own advantages, it gives better consumption of hardware resource, saves costs and space. However, running each and every app on traditional virtual machines is not only time-consuming but also requires more resources. To resolve this issue, Docker comes into the scenarios. It provides us the ability to run applications instantly in a virtualized environment called Containers. These containers can build on one another and communicate with one another as well… Examples of these applications would be an Apache server or a MySQL database.
sudo pacman -Syu
2. Command to install Docker CE on Manjaro
Packages to install Docker are already there on the official repository of Manjaro, thus no need to add anything extra, just go for the command given below and you are good to go.
sudo pacman -S docker
3. Start & Enable Docker Services
Once the installation is completed, the next is to start its service and also enable the same so that after every reboot, the Manjaro can automatically start the Docker Service.
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