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Installing Docker

Since a few year Docker s quite popular, it’s easy to use but for people starting out a little challenging sometimes. In this tutorial I will share ,y Debian & Ubuntu install script.

Let’s get started

To get going we need a running OS. Download and install Ubuntu or Debian in a virtual machine using your favorite virtualization software.

Open the terminal or SSH in your machine

sudo apt update 
sudo apt instal git

Now we clone the repository I prepared for you guys:

git clone
cd autodocker
sudo chmod +x

Now execute the install, choose your OS and get a coffee.

sudo ./ screen

Run docker

After a while your setup should be ready, up and running. You can get to your docker install by going to: http://<your IP>:9000

If you have any questions let me know down below! No server install yet? start here.


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