docker @ v-server–second way.

Ok, so next try, with binary installation

wget -O docker

Starting it “docker –d –D” ends in a list of problems:

[debug] server.go:1283 Warning: could not chgrp /var/run/docker.sock to docker: Group docker not found
[debug] deviceset.go:448 libdevmapper(3): ioctl/libdm-iface.c:180 (-1) /proc/misc: fopen failed: No such file or directory
[debug] deviceset.go:448 libdevmapper(3): ioctl/libdm-iface.c:415 (-1) Failure to communicate with kernel device-mapper driver.
[debug] deviceset.go:448 libdevmapper(3): ioctl/libdm-iface.c:417 (-1) Check that device-mapper is available in the kernel.
[debug] daemon.go:784 Using graph driver vfs
[debug] daemon.go:797 Creating images graph
[debug] graph.go:66 Restored 0 elements
[debug] daemon.go:809 Creating volumes graph
[debug] graph.go:66 Restored 0 elements
[debug] daemon.go:814 Creating repository list
[21f8d77a] +job init_networkdriver()
[21f8d77a.init_networkdriver()] creating new bridge for docker0
[debug] driver.go:282 Creating bridge docker0 with network
[debug] driver.go:312 setting bridge mac address = false
package not installed
[21f8d77a] -job init_networkdriver() = ERR (1)
package not installed
[21f8d77a] -job initserver() = ERR (1)
2014/06/29 17:52:13 package not installed

Long story short this does not work out of the box, some things a quite clear, so I have to work through the missing things. Interesting that the binary is 64-bit Smiley working on 32-bit Linux, but that maybe easy to expain if the v-server container is filled with a 32-bit installation, but the kernel is a 64-bit (as usually).

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