Docker: Manage / Run Docker Commands Without sudo

In our previous article, we discussed Docker and how to install Docker CE on CentOS 7.  By default when you install Docker on Linux, you can only access the Docker daemon as the root user, or by using sudo. Adding “sudo” in front of each Docker command is tedious – to avoid this, add your user to the “docker” group.

In this article, we will see how to manage or run docker commands without sudo on linux.

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How to Disable SELinux on CentOS 7

SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux) is a Linux kernel security module that allows administrators and users more control over access controls.

SELinux is a security feature of Linux built into the Linux kernel. It is used to control access to users, files, network resources and applications of a Linux system. SELinux provides extended file system permissions on top of the traditional Linux filesystem permission known as Discretionary Access Control (DAC).

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