how to install docker with apt-get

Instead of using docker use
sudo apt-get install

Why install docker on ubuntu should be `sudo apt-get install`?
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Why do Ubuntu use as executable name instead of just docker? Tutorials, blog posts all now have to mention this difference, “if you use Ubuntu 14.04, or if you are with rest of the world (including earlier versions of Ubuntu)”. Why?

This is because of a Debian/Ubuntu policy; there is already a program called “docker” [1], and it was not allowed to use the same binary name.

Linux : toggle-able terminal


sudo apt-get install guake

linux: show a list of ALL autostart services

You can simply use the initctl list shell command to list the contents of “/etc/init” rather than the suggested dbus-send command.

initctl show-config