It has been a while since my last blog post about recent Docker changes in Fedora. We’ve done some significant work over the last three weeks. Now it’s time to wrap it up.
Docker is available in the repositories
Now you can enjoy Docker on your Fedora system by executing just one command:
yum install docker-io
If you’re on RHEL/CentOS you still need to enable
epel-testing repository. This shouldn’t be necessary once the
lxc package will be available in stable.
yum install docker-io --enablerepo epel-testing
We also created systemd (or init.d — for EPEL) scripts for you so you can easily manage the Docker service.
To make it all happen, in the last 3 weeks we have closed 19 bugs.
Docker Registry is packaged
This is new: some time ago I
opened a review request
docker-registry package. It has been finished and I was able to submit an update
yesterday. Today I’ve added support for EPEL 6 and submitted a new update.
Over the next few hours the
docker-registry package will be pushed to
epel-testing for EPEL) so you’ll be able to play with
yum install docker-registry --enablerepo updates-testing
yum install docker-registry --enablerepo epel-testing
The major packaging work is done. Now it is your turn — please install these packages, use them, and report all issues in the places mentioned above. We’ll make sure they are fixed.