How do I add myself to a docker group?
- Create the docker group. $ sudo groupadd docker.
- Add your user to the docker group. $ sudo usermod -aG docker $USER.
- Log out and log back in so that your group membership is re-evaluated.
- Verify that you can run docker commands without sudo .
How do I allow user to run docker?
- Create the docker group: # groupadd docker.
- Restart the docker service: # service docker restart. The UNIX socket /var/run/docker.
- Add the users that should have Docker access to the docker group: # usermod -a -G docker user1
What is the best reason for adding the Linux user to a docker group? Docker has the ability to change the group ownership of the /run/docker. socket to have group permission of 660, with the group ownership the docker group. This would allow users added to the docker group to be able to run docker containers without having to execute sudo or su to become root.
How do I add myself to docker users Group in computer management?
- From the Start menu, open Computer Management.
- Expand Local Users and Groups, and choose Groups.
- Find the docker-users group, right-click and choose Add to group.
- Add your user account or accounts.