Whalebrew – Homebrew, but with Docker images

Whalebrew creates aliases for Docker images so you can run them as if they were native commands. It’s like Homebrew, but everything you install is cleanly packaged up in a Docker image.

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Exploring Rootless Docker

With the release of Docker 20.10, the rootless containers feature has left experimental status. This is an important step for Docker security as it allows for the entire Docker installation to run with standard user prvivileges, no use of root required. O... (more…)

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