- Install the Docker Community Edition for your Linux version. Visit https://get.docker.com for the "quick & easy install" script. (at least version 19.03.1-ce)
- Download the latest
.rpmpackage from GitHub
- Double click on the package and install via your distributions "Software Center" or equivalent.
- Make sure you look at the caveats below and follow them appropriately
Install from source for other Linux distros
If your Linux distro does not support our
.rpm packages you can install from source
Make sure you have
sudo dpkg -i lando-x64-stable.deb
sudo dnf install lando-x64-stable.rpm
sudo pacman -U lando-x64-stable.pacman
Make sure you look at the caveats below and follow them appropriately as well.
docker-ce as a hard dependency for our packages. This means if you have docker installed a different way it is likely installing the package will fail. You may be able to get around this if your package utility allows dependency ignorance
dpkg -i --ignore-depends=docker-ce lando-stable.deb
After installing lando this way, you may need to edit the
/var/lib/dpkg/status file and remove
docker-ce from the lando package dependency list in order for future
apt related commands to work. Great care should be taken while editting this file!!!.
We are currently considering whether to support alternate means of installing Docker such as with moby-engine
Lando is also available on the AUR as lando-git, meaning it's built directly from source.
Because each Linux distribution handles things differently, these considerations may or may not apply to you:
If your distro uses a
dockergroup, make sure your user is a member of it:
sudo usermod -aG docker $USER
You will need to log out for this change to take effect. Sometimes a reboot is necessary. See this for more details.
If your distro uses SystemD, make sure that both
docker.socketdaemons are running.
If you are using Manjaro or another Arch-based distro, you may need to enable the AUR repository for dependencies.