This article is part of our Docker series.
Read moreThis article is about installing Docker on a Android smartphone.
If you want to read more about installing and configuring Docker on Android devices, see the article on Docker on mobile.
Installing Docker on your Android smartphoneWhen you need to install or configure Docker on the Android device, the easiest way is to use a command-line tool called Docker, which comes with the Android SDK.
You can also use Docker commands in a text editor or by right-clicking the icon and selecting “Run as…” to launch a command line.
For more information on how to use Docker, see this article.
In this article, we’ll use the docker-compose command-to-command installer to install the docker stack on an iPhone.
For the purpose of this article we’re going to use the latest stable release of Docker, version 4.0.0-beta1.
The package is available in the Google Play store, but you can install it yourself.
In order to install docker-app, you need the latest version of the Docker client on your device.
You’ll also need to have installed the docker image on your machine.
To install docker, go to your Android device’s settings and tap “AppOps”.
You should now see a list of app and services available to install on your phone.
Choose a service and click “Next”.
You will then be asked to provide your Android phone’s network name.
If the device’s network is listed as “network” or “netmask”, you can choose a different network.
You can choose which of the following options will be used to identify your device’s IP address.
“External IP address”, “IP Address”, “Local IP Address”, or “Network Address”.
For the sake of this tutorial, we’re using the latter option.
Once you’ve finished, tap “Next” to begin the installation.
This is a screenshot of the “app ops” screen.
In the next screen, you’ll see a section labeled “Network”.
Choose “Apply”, and you’ll be asked for a network name to use.
Choose the correct one for your network.
You’re now ready to install a Docker image.
Next, we can install Docker itself.
Open up the Docker terminal on your iOS device.
On your iOS machine, go into the terminal by pressing the home button.
Type docker run –rm docker-io/docker-composer/dockerstack-4.0_beta1 –rm –name “docker-app” to launch the Docker daemon on your Mac.
You’ll now see the following output.
Now that we’ve installed Docker, we want to test it.
Open your Finder on your computer and go to Applications.
Tap on “Desktop”.
Tap on Applications.
Now tap on “Terminal”.
Type “docker ps”.
In the output, tap on the name of the docker run command you just ran.
You should see a message that says “Done”.
You’re almost done!
If everything worked out, you should see that your Mac’s Terminal window appears.
Congratulations, you’ve just installed docker!
Now you can run Docker to run applications, launch containers, or run other Docker commands.
We’ll explore each of these in a moment.
Docker on the iPhoneIf you’re running an iOS device, you can start up a Docker container by tapping the icon on the top-left corner of the Dock icon.
This menu allows you to launch Docker containers and run them inside a container.
For example, to launch an image for the “Docker App”, go to the app ops menu, tap the icon to launch, and then tap the “Container”.
Then, tap next.
You will see a menu of applications to launch.
You should see the image named “Droid-App-4-1-beta-1.apk” on your Dock.
To see the version number of the image, tap it, and it should show you the version of docker-docker installed on your iPhone.
If this is the first time you’ve installed docker, you will see the docker version of 4.1.0 instead of 4:1.
You also can use this menu to launch containers from a command prompt window.
In this example, I’m running docker-machine from a Terminal window on my Mac.
If we tap the screen again, we should see an icon on our Dock saying “Terminate Docker”.
If we click on it, we see the Terminal window now showing “Terminated Docker”.
To stop a Docker service, we tap “Terminator” on the menu, and we can select the service we want stopped from running.
You have the option to launch or stop the service.
If you want the Docker image to automatically restart when you restart your device, go back to the App Ops menu, then tap “Service”.
Then select the image you just launched.
To launch it, tap your home button and the app will start