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Installing docker on MacOS

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How to install docker on MacOS?

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answered 2020-08-13 23:09:58 +0530

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  1. First of all, you need to install the Docker Desktop app. Click on this link to begin download.

  2. After the dmg file is downloaded, please open it and install it.

  3. Drag and drop the file into the Applications directory.

  4. At some point, it will ask you for your system privileges. Grant it.

  5. The installation will finish and you should be able to see the docker icon in the top-right icon bar.

  6. Now, fire up a new terminal, and type docker version. If you are able to see the docker version info you can be sure that the docker is installed.

  7. Alternatively, you can check if the installation has succeeded, using docker run hello-world. This step requires you to be connected to the internet.

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