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To install the docker and docker-compose packages start YaST2, select "Software" and start the module "Software Management". Search for docker and choose to install the Packages "docker" and "python3-docker-compose". (Even though the package is called "python3-docker-compose", it installs "docker-compose" binary). Then click "Accept", and if the installation was successful, "Finish".
To start the docker daemon during boot start YaST2, select "System" and start the module "Services Manager". Select the "docker" service and click "Enable/Disable" and "Start/Stop". To apply your changes click "OK".
To join the docker group that is allowed to use the docker daemon start YaST2, select "Security and Users" and start the module "User and Group Management". Select your user and click "Edit". On the "Details" tab select "docker" in the list of "Additional Groups". Then click "OK" twice.
Now you have to "Log out" of your session and "Log in" again for the changes to take effect.
with Command line
To install the docker and docker-compose packages:
To start the docker daemon during boot:
To join the docker group that is allowed to use the docker daemon:
Restart the docker daemon:
Verify docker is running:
This will pull down and run the, "Hello World" docker container from dockerhub:
Clean up and remove docker image we pulled down:
docker imagesdocker rmi -f IMAGE_ID
Where "IMAGE_ID" is the Id value of the "Hello World" container.
buildx Support As Plugin Where It Is Not Included By Default
This concerns (e.g.)
s390x. The following commands can all be executed in your home directory on your LinuxONE instance/machine. The steps outlined here can be used analogously for other docker plugins (provided that a binary for the architecture in question is actually available).
Perform the following steps (
v0.6.1 should be treated like a placeholder, it just happened to be the current version at the time of this writing. An overview of all available releases can always be obtained by just browsing
releases w/o any additional URL components; command output for .eg.
wget has deliberately been omitted for the sake of brevity):
mkdir -p .docker/cli-plugins
cp buildx-v0.6.1.linux-s390x .docker/cli-plugins/docker-buildx
chmod +x .docker/cli-plugins/docker-buildxdocker buildx version
If you followed the instructions your openSUSE is ready to make use of docker containers. Dive into the great docker documentation and have a lot of fun...