How to install docker on 32 bit Ubuntu

If you want to install docker on ubuntu, follow below procedure,

 $ sudo apt install docker.io 
 $ sudo docker run --rm -it i686/ubuntu bash 
root@acac0f429e2e:/#

Above two commands will install docker on 32 bit ubuntu and start the container, we can check the status as,

 $ sudo docker ps -l
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE               COMMAND             CREATED             STATUS              PORTS               NAMES
acac0f429e2e        i686/ubuntu         "bash"              8 seconds ago       Up 4 seconds                            blissful_lumiere

If we want to start the docker container using container Id, execute the following command,

 $ sudo docker container start acac0f429e2e
acac0f429e2e

where, acac0f429e2e is a docker container ID, as seen in “docker ps -l” command

Check the installed docker images as

 $ sudo docker images
REPOSITORY          TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
i686/ubuntu         latest              a4d92601f835        4 years ago         232MB
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