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    Docker install: launch it from GUI


    Running Linux mint here...noobie here.

    After have successfully installed docker can't find it on applications.

    In bash i can confirm it is installed but can't find it or launch it from GUI.

    Any help very appreciate.



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    DuckDuck...
    You can't launch Docker or you don't know how to create a launcher and/or edit menus in Linux Mint? BTW, Linux Mint has several DE's, you didn't tell which one you are using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Segfault View Post
    You can't launch Docker or you don't know how to create a launcher and/or edit menus in Linux Mint? BTW, Linux Mint has several DE's, you didn't tell which one you are using.
    I've installed docker but only can access it through bash. I would like to know how to access docker gui...is it possible?

    I'm trying Mate but i would like to run Ubuntu on docker.

    Thanks Segfault

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    i have no experience with it myself, but it seems it's not that simple:
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Docker
    maybe you want virtualbox instead???

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    Quote Originally Posted by nihili View Post
    i have no experience with it myself, but it seems it's not that simple:
    maybe you want virtualbox instead???
    Oooooooo...i'll try it if i can.

    I've choose to try docker because it uses less machine resources then a VM.

    Thanks nihiki

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