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Attach a Docker container

It is necessary to know either Container Name or Container ID before we attach Docker container. So, use docker container ls -a command to get the data.

Execute a command inside Docker container

In this article, we cover how to execute a command inside Docker container. It is different from the article we have already covered - Connect to a Shell inside Docker container.

View Logs of a Docker Container

Logs are a great way check how efficiently our machine has been working. They provide us valuable information about our machine as and when required.

Inspect a Docker container

We have seen how to list a docker container in previous article. But, what if we want detailed information about a container?

Remove a Docker container

Identify the container which we want to remove. Copy its Container Name or ID. Use docker container rm command as described above to remove it.

Stop and Start a Docker container

Before we could stop and start a Docker container, we need to have either NAME of the container or its CONTAINER ID.

List Docker containers

The output from the command is divided in seven fields - CONTAINER ID, IMAGE, COMMAND, CREATED, STATUS, PORTS and NAMES.

Connect to a Shell inside Docker container

In this article, we cover how to connect to a Shell inside the Docker container. The two options we will use is --interactive or -i and --tty or -t.

Run a Docker container in Ubuntu

Docker image contains everything that is required to run our code. In this article, we cover how to run docker container in Ubuntu.

Docker permission denied error in Ubuntu

Permission denied error - this happens when a user with insufficient privileges try to access the docker command.