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Cannot connect to the Docker daemon on Debian

Finally, I found the root cause to this problem. I found an entry in .bashrc explicitly setting the path for docker.sock Found in .bashrc: # Docker rootless configuration export XDG_RUNTIME_DIR=/home/&...
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Cannot connect to the Docker daemon on Debian

It sounds like you have somehow setup an alternative docker context for your user. Perhapse you were experimenting with installing docker another way or have inadvertatly typed something. You can ...
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How do I compare two docker images?

A standard docker container image has layers. These are co-ordinated via the manifest file. This can save space; e.g. if two containers are built off the same base image then the server and runtime ...
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How to route between three containers connected by two networks in series

Apparently it was my firewall that was interfering with this. I am sorry for wasting everyone's time with this post. So I suppose the only learning here is to check the firewall first before spending ...
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What's runsvdir of Docker container?

runsvdir indicates that these containers are using runit as a service manager. Runit is an init replacement; from the website description: runit is a cross-platform Unix init scheme with service ...
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Could use docker for app isolation?

Yes, docker is primarily used to isolate applications with their dependencies from other applications. Networked services is the primary use case. So, what you're describing is exactly what docker is ...
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