Docker n00b guide

Docker n00b guide

Installation:sudo pacman -S docker docker-compose Add yourself to the docker group:sudo gpasswd -a <USER> docker WARNING: Every user you add to the docker group is root equivalent. NOTE: It takes a reboot for this change to take effect. Enable and start deamonsudo systemctl enable --now docker.service docker.socket Common commandsBuild a containerdocker build -t <docker_name> . docker run -d -P <docker_name> OPTIONAL - Name your own docker instance name: sudo docker run -d --name <instance_name> -p 81:80 <docker_name> Show Docker instances with namesdocker…

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Pacman package manager basics

Pacman package manager basics

Installing a packagesudo pacman -S <package> Searching for a packagesudo pacman -Ss <description/name> Removing packagesTo remove a single package, leaving all of its dependencies installed: sudo pacman -R <package> To remove a package and its dependencies which are not required by any other installed package: sudo pacman -Rs <package> Cleaning the package cacheThe built-in option to remove all the cached packages that are not currently installed is: sudo pacman -Sc To clean the entire cache run this (be careful with this one): sudo pacman -Scc Removing unused packages (orphans)pacman -Rns…

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