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Old 14th May 2017, 10:39 PM
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docker tip on fedora

I was confused when trying to use docker on Fedora, for some reason although the traditional name for the docker daemon is "dockerd" Fedora calls it "dockerd-current" BUT the "man dockerd" man page confusingly uses the traditional name "dockerd" name. /usr/bin/docker is a posix script that points to /usr/bin/docker-current but there's no similar /usr/sbin/dockerd to /usr/bin/dockerd-current.
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