Docker container image for rocky Linux

#Introduction

How to use Rocky Linux as a Docker container image. In this tutorial, how to get it, deploy it.

Rocky Linux to replace Centos.

You will need a VM with the Docker engine installed and running.

pull down the Rocky Linux image

Open a terminal window. The run command as below

docker pull rockylinux/rockylinux

Docker image will be saved to your local repository and use it. You can verify it

docker images

create a container from the Rocky Linux image

Create a container devopsroles and deploy it in detached mode as command below

docker run -it --name devopsroles -d rockylinux/rockylinux

Access to the container devopsroles

docker exec -it --user root devopsroles /bin/bash

You can destroy the Rocky Linux container as command below

docker ps -a
docker stop Container_ID
docker rm Container_ID

Conclusion

You have used Rocky Linux as a Docker container image. I hope will this your helpful. Thank you for reading the DevopsRoles page!

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