ubuntu docker ubuntu-14.04 bind docker-compose (2023)

I upgraded my docker this afternoon and ran into the same problem. I tried restarting docker but no luck.

Finally, I had to restart my computer and it worked. Definitely a bug.

On my machine a PID was not being shown from this command netstat -tulpn for the in-use port (8080), so i could not kill it, killing the containers and restarting the computer did not work. So service docker restart command restarted docker for me (ubuntu) and the port was no longer in use and i am a happy chap and off to lunch.

I came across this problem. My simple solution is to remove the mongodb from the system

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Commands to remove mongodb in Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get purge mongodb mongodb-clients mongodb-server mongodb-devsudo apt-get purge mongodb-10gen sudo apt-get autoremove

I was getting the below error when i was trying to launch a new container -

listen tcp 0.0.0.0:8080: bind: address already in use.

To check which process is running on port 8080, run below command:

netstat -tulnp | grep 8080

i got the output below

[root@ip-112-x6x-2x-xxx.xxxxx.compute.internal (aws_main) ~]# netstat -tulnp | grep 8080 tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8080 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN **12749**/java [root@ip-112-x6x-2x-xxx.xxxxx.compute.internal (aws_main) ~]#

run

kill -9 12749

Then try to relaunch the container it should work

Before it was running on :docker run -d --name oracle -p 1521:1521 -p 5500:5500 qa/oracleI just changed the port to docker run -d --name oracle -p 1522:1522 -p 5500:5500 qa/oracle

it worked fine for me !

I had apache running on my ubuntu machine. I used this command to kill it!

sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 stop

In some cases it is critical to perform a more in-depth debugging to the problem before stopping a container or killing a process.

Consider following the checklist below:

1) Check you current docker compose environment
Run docker-compose ps.
If port is in use by another container, stop it with docker-compose stop <service-name-in-compose-file> or remove it by replacing stop with rm.

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2) Check the containers running outside your current workspace
Run docker ps to see list of all containers running under your host.
If you find the port is in use by another container, you can stop it with docker stop <container-id>.
(*) Because you're not under the scope of the origin compose environment - it is a good practice first to use docker inspect to gather more information about the container that you're about to stop.

3) Check if port is used by other processes running on the host
For example if the port is 6379 run:

$ sudo netstat -ltnp | grep ':6379'tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:6379 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 915/redis-server 12 tcp6 0 0 ::1:6379 :::* LISTEN 915/redis-server 12

(*) You can also use the lsof command which is mainly used to retrieve information about files that are opened by various processes (I suggest running netstat before that).

So, In case of the output above the PID is 915. Now you can run:

$ ps j 915 PPID PID PGID SID TTY TPGID STAT UID TIME COMMAND 1 915 915 915 ? -1 Ssl 123 0:11 /usr/bin/redis-server 127.0.0.1:6379

And see the ID of the parent process (PPID) and the execution command.
You can also run: $ pstree -s <PID> to a visual display of the process and its related processes.

In our case we can see that the process probably is a daemon (PPID is 1) - In that case consider running:
A) $ cat /proc/<PID>/status in order to get a more in-depth information about the process like the number of threads spawned by the process, its capabilities, etc'.
B) $ systemctl status <PID> in order to see the systemd unit that caused the creation of a specific process. If the service is not critical - you can stop and disable the service.

4) Restart Docker service
Run: sudo service docker restart.

5) You reached this point and..
Only if its not placing your system at risk - consider restarting the server.

I had same problem,docker-compose down --rmi all (in the same directory where you run docker-compose up)helps

UPD: CAUTION - this will also delete the local docker images you've pulled (from comment)

A variation of @DmitrySandalov's answer: I had tomcat/java running on 8080, which needed to keep going. Looked at the docker-compose.yml file and altered the entry for 8080 to another of my choosing.

nginx: build: nginx ports: #- '8080:80' <-- original entry - '8880:80' - '8443:443'

Worked perfectly. (The only wrinkle is the change will be wiped if I ever update the project, since it's coming from an external repo.)

In my case, using Linux Ubuntu 22, the problem was that exists another container running under root user.

So I did it bellow:

// Stop all running containers of standard userdocker stop $(docker ps -aq)// Change to root usersudo -i// Stop all running containers of root userdocker stop $(docker ps -aq)// Back to your standard userexit

After that I released Redis port 6379, and I could run again my project and everything went well.

For Linux/Unix:

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Simple search for linux utility using following command

netstat -nlp | grep 8888

It'll show processing running at this port, then kill that process using PID (look for a PID in row) of that process.

kill PID

You can kill the process listening on that port easily with one command below :

kill -9 $(lsof -t -i tcp:<port#>)

ex :

kill -9 $(lsof -t -i tcp:<port#>)

or for ubuntu:

sudo kill -9 `sudo lsof -t -i:8000`

Man page for lsof : https://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man8/lsof.8.html

-9 is for hard kill without checking any deps.

(Not related, but might be useful if its PORT 5000 mystery) - the culprit process is due to Mac OS monterery.

The port 5000 is commonly used to serve local development servers. When updating to the latest macOS operating system, I was unable the docker to bind to port 5000, because it was already in use. (You may find a message along the lines of Port 5000 already in use.)

By running lsof -i :5000, I found out the process using the port was named ControlCenter, which is a native macOS application. If this is happening to you, even if you use brute force (and kill) the application, it will restart itself. In my laptop, lsof -i :5000 returns that Control Center is being used by process id 433. I could do killall -p 433, but macOS keeps restarting the process.

The process running on this port turns out to be an AirPlay server. You can deactivate it in

System Preferences › Sharing, and unchecking AirPlay Receiver to release port 5000.

Check docker-compose.yml, it might be the case that the port is specified twice.

version: '3'services: registry: image: mysql:5.7 ports: - "3306:3306" <--- remove either this line or next - "127.0.0.1:3306:3306"

I had the same problem. I fixed this by stopping the Apache2 service on my host.

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In your case it was some other process that was using the port and as indicated in the comments, sudo netstat -pna | grep 3000 helped you in solving the problem.

While in other cases (I myself encountered it many times) it mostly is the same container running at some other instance. In that case docker ps was very helpful as often I left the same containers running in other directories and then tried running again at other places, where same container names were used.

How docker ps helped me:

docker rm -f $(docker ps -aq) is a short command which I use to remove all containers.

Edit: Added how docker ps helped me.

In my case, the issue was that I was running the MongoDB as a root user, and stopping that did the trick.

sudo brew services stop mongodb-community

At first, make sure which service you are running in your specific port. In your case, you are already using port number 3000.

netstat -aof | findstr :3000

now stop that process which is running on specific port

lsof -i tcp:3000

Let me add one more case, because I had the same error and none of the solutions listed so far works:

serv1: ... networks: privnet: ipv4_address: 10.10.100.2 ...serv2: ... # no IP assignment, no dependencies networks: privnet: ipam: driver: default config: - subnet: 10.10.100.0/24

depending on the init order, serv2 may get assigned the IP 10.10.100.2 before serv1 is started, so I just assign IPs manually for all containers to avoid the error. Maybe there are other more elegant ways.

maybe it is too rude, but works for me. restart docker service itself

sudo service docker restart

hope it works for you also!

It makes more sense to change the port of the docker update instead of shutting down other services that use port 80.

ubuntu docker ubuntu-14.04 bind docker-compose (1)

When I run docker-compose up in my Docker project it fails with the following message:

Error starting userland proxy: listen tcp 0.0.0.0:3000: bind: address already in use

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netstat -pna | grep 3000

shows this:

tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:3000 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN - 

I've already tried docker-compose down, but it doesn't help.

FAQs

How to install docker on Ubuntu 14 04 LTS? ›

How to Install Docker on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
  1. First, log in to your Ubuntu server as the root user using your favorite SSH client.
  2. Next, you'll want to update your operating system with all the latest packages. ...
  3. To install Docker, you will first need to install the Docker Package using the command:

How to use Docker Compose file in Ubuntu? ›

Try Docker Compose
  1. Step 1: Define the application dependencies. ...
  2. Step 2: Create a Dockerfile. ...
  3. Step 3: Define services in a Compose file. ...
  4. Step 4: Build and run your app with Compose. ...
  5. Step 5: Edit the Compose file to add a bind mount. ...
  6. Step 6: Re-build and run the app with Compose. ...
  7. Step 7: Update the application.

How to setup Docker Compose on Ubuntu? ›

Update the package index, and install the latest version of Docker Compose:
  1. For Ubuntu and Debian, run: $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install docker-compose-plugin.
  2. For RPM-based distros, run: $ sudo yum update $ sudo yum install docker-compose-plugin.

How to bind a file in docker compose? ›

Explanation:
  1. run the container without mapping the file.
  2. copy the config file to the host location : docker cp containername:/var/www/html/config.php ./config.php.
  3. remove the container (docker-compose down)
  4. put the mapping back and remount up the container.

How to install docker Compose on Ubuntu terminal? ›

How To Install Docker Compose on Ubuntu 20.04
  1. Prerequisites.
  2. Step 1: Add Docker's Repository To Your System.
  3. Step 2: Install Docker Compose And Related Packages.
  4. Step 3: Create your YAML file.
  5. Step 4: Run Your App With Docker Compose.
  6. Step 5: Test The App.
  7. Step 6: Pausing And Stopping With Docker Compose.
Nov 15, 2022

Which command will start a container based on Ubuntu 14.04 base image? ›

Which of the following docker run commands will start a Container based on an Ubuntu 14.04 Base Image? docker run Ubuntu:14.04 …. docker run ubuntu –version=14.04 ….

Is docker Compose obsolete? ›

Compose V1 support will no longer be provided after June 2023 and will be removed from all future Docker Desktop versions. If you're still on Compose V1, we recommend you switch as soon as possible to leave time to address any issues with running your Compose applications.

What is the difference between Docker file and docker compose? ›

A Dockerfile is a simple text file that contains the commands a user could call to assemble an image whereas Docker Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. Docker Compose define the services that make up your app in docker-compose.

How do I know if docker Compose is installed? ›

You can check the version of Docker you have installed with the following command from a terminal prompt:
  1. docker --version.
  2. sudo systemctl start docker.
  3. sudo systemctl enable docker.
  4. sudo usermod -a -G docker <username>
  5. docker-compose --version.

How do I know if docker Compose is installed on Ubuntu? ›

Install Docker Compose on Ubuntu
  1. Once the download is complete, apply executable permissions to the Compose binary: sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose.
  2. Verify the installation by running the following command which will display the Compose version: docker-compose --version.
Jun 6, 2019

How to activate docker in Ubuntu? ›

How to Install Docker on Ubuntu 20.04 in 6 Steps
  1. Step 1: Set-up prerequisite packages.
  2. Step 2: Install Docker.
  3. Step 3: Start Using Docker.
  4. Step 4: Run containers from images.
  5. Step 5: Manipulate active containers.
  6. Step 6: Create new images and commit them to Docker Hub.
Oct 13, 2021

What is latest version of docker compose? ›

From the end of June 2023 Compose V1 won't be supported anymore. The latest and recommended version of Compose is the Compose Specification.
...
Compatibility matrix.
Compose file formatDocker Engine release
Compose specification19.03.0+
3.819.03.0+
3.718.06.0+
3.618.02.0+
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How to bind folder to Docker container? ›

You bind local directories and volumes to a container by providing the Docker run -v parameter. You need to give the absolute local path or a volume name and map it to a directory within the container -v <source>:<target> .

What is bind in Docker? ›

A Bind Mount is a storage area (file/directory) on your local machine available inside your container. So any changes you make to this storage space (file/directory) from the outside container will be reflected inside the docker container and vice-versa.

Where do you put a docker compose file? ›

The Compose file is a YAML file defining services, networks and volumes. The default path for a Compose file is ./docker-compose.yml .

How to install docker manually in Ubuntu? ›

Go to https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu/dists/ .
  1. Select your Ubuntu version in the list.
  2. Go to pool/stable/ and select the applicable architecture ( amd64 , armhf , arm64 , or s390x ).
  3. Download the following deb files for the Docker Engine, CLI, containerd, and Docker Compose packages: ...
  4. Install the .deb packages.

How to use docker in Ubuntu terminal? ›

Steps for Installing Docker:
  1. Open the terminal on Ubuntu.
  2. Remove any Docker files that are running in the system, using the following command: $ sudo apt-get remove docker docker-engine docker.io. ...
  3. Check if the system is up-to-date using the following command: ...
  4. Install Docker using the following command:
Mar 9, 2023

How to install docker Compose Ubuntu 22? ›

Steps to install Docker Compose on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
  1. Add the Docker's Public GPG key.
  2. Add the repository of Docker.
  3. Update Ubuntu 22.04 system.
  4. Install Docker Compose on Ubuntu 22.04.
  5. Create your first Docker Compose file.
Mar 1, 2023

How to connect to Ubuntu docker container? ›

To connect to a container using plain docker commands, you can use docker exec and docker attach . docker exec is a lot more popular because you can run a new command that allows you to spawn a new shell. You can check processes, files and operate like in your local environment.

How do I open terminal in Ubuntu 14? ›

Ctrl + Alt + T . This will launch the Terminal.

How to install Docker Compose in Linux? ›

Install Compose on Linux systems:

On Linux, you can download the Docker Compose binary from the Compose repository release page on GitHub. Follow the instructions from the link, which involve running the curl command in your terminal to download the binaries. These step-by-step instructions are also included below.

What is the drawback of Docker Compose? ›

Disadvantages of Docker Compose
  • Docker's compose server might have a single point of failure.
  • Have to start from scratch when it comes to high availability.
  • You don't have health checks available in production with Docker Compose. ...
  • You can't replace a container without downtime.

Should I install docker or Docker Compose? ›

The key difference between docker run versus docker-compose is that docker run is entirely command line based, while docker-compose reads configuration data from a YAML file. The second major difference is that docker run can only start one container at a time, while docker-compose will configure and run multiple.

Do I need to install docker to run Docker Compose? ›

Prerequisites
  1. Docker Compose comes pre-installed on desktop platforms like Docker Desktop for Windows and Mac.
  2. Install the Docker Engine for your operating system as indicated on the Get Docker page on Linux systems, then return here for Docker Compose installation instructions on Linux systems.
Feb 23, 2023

What is the command to run Docker Compose file? ›

Related commands
CommandDescription
docker compose rmRemoves stopped service containers
docker compose runRun a one-off command on a service.
docker compose startStart services
docker compose stopStop services
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Why use Kubernetes instead of Docker Compose? ›

Docker Compose is designed to run containers on a single host system. In contrast, Kubernetes can manage containers deployed across multiple nodes(computers). This makes Kubernetes useful for large-scale applications and a large number of developers.

What goes in Docker Compose file? ›

The Compose file is a YAML file defining services, networks, and volumes for a Docker application. The latest and recommended version of the Compose file format is defined by the Compose Specification.

Why is docker installed but not compose? ›

Docker compose is typically installed as part of the Docker installation. However, in older Docker versions, Docker compose was installed manually. Linux users are also required to install Docker compose separately, but it comes pre-installed in Windows and Mac Os.

What happens when you run Docker Compose? ›

With Compose, you use a YAML file to configure your application's services. Then, with a single command, you create and start all the services from your configuration. Compose works in all environments: production, staging, development, testing, as well as CI workflows.

How to remove Docker Compose from Ubuntu? ›

Uninstall Docker Compose on Ubuntu
  1. Step 1: Delete the Binary. First, delete the binary with the command: sudo rm /usr/local/bin/docker-compose.
  2. Step 2: Uninstall the Package. Then, use the apt remove command to uninstall the software: sudo apt remove docker-compose.
  3. Step 3: Remove Software Dependencies.
Sep 17, 2020

Where is Docker Compose located in Ubuntu? ›

This command saves the file in: /usr/local/bin directory, under the name docker-compose.

Where is docker config on Ubuntu? ›

The default location of the configuration file on Linux is /etc/docker/daemon.

How to install Docker Compose on Ubuntu 18? ›

  1. Step 1 - Installing Docker Compose. You can install Docker Compose from the official Ubuntu repository but as it is many versions behind the latest release, you need to install Docker Compose from the Docker's Github repository. ...
  2. Step 2 - Running a Container with Docker Compose. ...
  3. Step 3 - Removing the Image (Optional)
Jan 13, 2023

How does docker work on Ubuntu? ›

Docker is a container service which allows one to run applications or even operating systems on a host operating system as containers. Containers are a new and exciting technology that has evolved over the last couple of years and being adopted by a lot of key organizations.

How to use docker without Sudo? ›

Manage Docker as a non-root user

If you don't want to preface the docker command with sudo , create a Unix group called docker and add users to it. When the Docker daemon starts, it creates a Unix socket accessible by members of the docker group.

How to start docker Desktop from command line Ubuntu? ›

If you've installed Docker Desktop and want to explore more, here's a quick example to get you started:
  1. Open Docker Desktop.
  2. Type the following command in your terminal: docker run -d -p 80:80 docker/getting-started.
  3. Follow the instructions for either Mac or Windows to access your dashboard.
Mar 29, 2022

Should I use Docker Compose 2 or 3? ›

Some of the major differences between v2 and v3 is that v3 does not support using the volumes_from and extends properties. A whole bunch of the CPU and memory properties have also been moved to a deploy property in v3 instead. It's also worth mentioning if you happen to be using Docker Swarm, you'll need to use v3+.

What version of Ubuntu does docker use? ›

Getting Ready To Install Docker on Ubuntu

You can install the latest Docker release on Ubuntu versions 18.04, 20.04, 21.10, and 22.04.

What is the default bind address for docker containers? ›

Usually Docker uses the default 172.17. 0.0/16 subnet for container networking.

What is the difference between docker volume and bind? ›

Compared to Bind Mounts, Volumes are more flexible and have more features, making them the most recommended option. In your container, Bind Mount provides you access to local file/directory storage on your local machine.

What is the difference between docker bind and volume? ›

The main difference a bind mount has from a volume is that since it can exist anywhere on the host filesystem, processes outside of Docker can also modify it. Volumes: Volumes are the preferred way to store persistent data Docker containers create or use. The host filesystem also stores volumes, similar to bind mounts.

What does BIND () mean? ›

bind verb (TIE/FASTEN)

to tie something or someone tightly or to fasten something: They bound the packages with brightly coloured ribbon. Bind together the two broken ends. The prisoner was bound hand and foot. [ T ]

How to use BIND mount docker? ›

  1. Choose the -v or --mount flag. Differences between -v and --mount behavior.
  2. Start a container with a bind mount. Mount into a non-empty directory on the container.
  3. Use a read-only bind mount.
  4. Configure bind propagation.
  5. Configure the selinux label.
  6. Use a bind mount with compose.
  7. Next steps.

What is BIND directory in Linux? ›

“ - [Instructor] A bind mount allows us to mount a file system or a subset of a file system in two places at once. They can be used for various reasons when parts of the file system need to be made available in different places.

How to run Docker Compose file in Ubuntu? ›

Try Docker Compose
  1. Step 1: Define the application dependencies. ...
  2. Step 2: Create a Dockerfile. ...
  3. Step 3: Define services in a Compose file. ...
  4. Step 4: Build and run your app with Compose. ...
  5. Step 5: Edit the Compose file to add a bind mount. ...
  6. Step 6: Re-build and run the app with Compose. ...
  7. Step 7: Update the application.

Can I have multiple Docker compose files? ›

The docker-compose. override. yml file, as its name suggests, contains configuration settings that override the base configuration, such as configuration that depends on the deployment environment. You can have multiple override files with different names also.

Which Ubuntu LTS version for Docker? ›

Docker images are provided for all versions of Ubuntu, including Long Term Support (LTS) releases such as 20.04 and 22.04, and normal releases like 19.04, 19.10, 21.04, and 21.10.

How do I install Docker on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS? ›

How to Install Docker on Ubuntu 18.04
  1. Access Your VPS. First, we have to connect to the server using SSH. ...
  2. Update Your System. Then, the system needs to be updated to make it safer and reliable to install Docker. ...
  3. Install Prerequisite Packages. ...
  4. Add the Docker Repositories. ...
  5. Install Docker on Ubuntu 18.04. ...
  6. Check Docker Status.
Mar 30, 2023

How to install Docker Desktop on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS? ›

How to install Docker on Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04
  1. Step 1: Update the system. The first step is to refresh the repositories. ...
  2. Step 2: Install dependencies. ...
  3. Step 3: Install Docker on Ubuntu 22.04. ...
  4. Step 4: Confirm that Docker is installed. ...
  5. Step 5: Manage Docker Service. ...
  6. Step 5: Test Docker.

How do I install Ubuntu 20.04 4 LTS on server? ›

Install Ubuntu Server
  1. Requirements.
  2. Boot from install media.
  3. Choose your language.
  4. Choose the correct keyboard layout.
  5. Choose your install.
  6. Configure storage.
  7. Select a device.
  8. Confirm partitions.

Which Docker version is compatible with Docker compose? ›

It is only available with Docker Engine version 17.12.0 and higher. Introduces the following additional parameters: isolation in service definitions. name for networks, secrets and configs.

How to install Docker Compose latest version on Ubuntu? ›

Install Docker Compose on Ubuntu
  1. Step 1: Upgrade and Update. Start by updating the default repository to ensure you download the latest Docker Compose: sudo apt update. ...
  2. Step 2: Install curl. ...
  3. Step 3: Download the Latest Docker Version. ...
  4. Step 4: Change File Permission. ...
  5. Step 5: Check Docker Compose Version.
Sep 17, 2020

How do I install Docker 20.10 14 on Ubuntu? ›

Install Docker Desktop
  1. Set up Docker's package repository.
  2. Download latest DEB package.
  3. Install the package with apt as follows: $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install ./docker-desktop-<version>-<arch>.deb. Note. At the end of the installation process, apt displays an error due to installing a downloaded package.

How to change Docker version in Ubuntu? ›

Use the following commands.
  1. #pip install --upgrade pip : upgrades pip to the latest version.
  2. #pip install --upgrade docker-compose : upgrades docker-compose to the latest version.

What is the difference between Docker Engine and Docker Desktop? ›

Docker containers run within the virtual machine, which is a significant distinction between Docker and Docker Desktop. Everything else is an outcome. You do not need to set up a virtual machine or a client-server connection using Docker Desktop. Docker Desktop allows you to run Linux containers on Windows or MacOS.

How to check the version of docker-compose? ›

You can check the version of Docker you have installed with the following command from a terminal prompt:
  1. docker --version.
  2. sudo systemctl start docker.
  3. sudo systemctl enable docker.
  4. sudo usermod -a -G docker <username>
  5. docker-compose --version.

How to install Ubuntu Server 14.04 step by step? ›

Ubuntu - Server Installation
  1. Step 1 − Download for the server version from the link − http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.04/
  2. Step 2 − Once the download of the server version is complete, put it on a USB device or bootable DVD. ...
  3. Step 3 − The system prompts to select a language for the Installation.

How do I install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on Ubuntu? ›

  1. Step 1: Download the Installation Media.
  2. Step 2: Create Bootable USB. Option 1: Create a Bootable USB Drive on Ubuntu. Option 2: Create Bootable USB Drive on Windows.
  3. Step 3: Boot up Ubuntu from USB.
  4. Step 4: Run Ubuntu.
  5. Step 5: Install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Desktop. Choose Keyboard Layout. Choose Starting Applications.
May 25, 2020

How do I upgrade Ubuntu 20.04 4 LTS to 22.04 LTS? ›

  1. 1 Make a backup.
  2. 2 What's new in Ubuntu 22.04?
  3. 3 Update your system.
  4. 4 Finding the current kernel version.
  5. 5 Open TCP port 1022.
  6. 6 Upgrade to 22.04 LTS using the CLI.
  7. 7 Verification.
  8. 8 Enable 3rd party repos/mirros.
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