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I have installed docker on my machine, but I cannot figure out how to make the service run on startup.

local/docker-s6 20200907-1 (s6-galaxy)
    s6 service scripts for docker

On Arch Linux with systemd I would use systemctl enable --now docker What is the equivalent on s6 if there is one?

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  • I have no idea, but I'd probably start looking here. That seems to explain how to get stuff started at boot with s6. There's also this.
    – KGIII
    Oct 6 '20 at 21:06
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This is what the documentation says

Specifically:

To modify an already existing bundle, you can use the s6-rc-bundle-update helper script. To add something to an existing bundle you can just execute: s6-rc-bundle-update add default service4.

So the answer to your specific question would be

s6-rc-bundle-update add default docker.

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