I should probably post this on StackExchange…
I’m working on a fully-automated Discourse install app. The quick-and-dirty solution I’m working on right now attempts to run the same install script that I use right now for my installs by starting it with
nohup. The problem is that it hangs when doing
wget -qO- https://get.docker.com/ | sh
It works fine if there is a terminal, but not with nohup. (I think that apt is somehow killing the script, so that’s another story, but this is still interesting.)
This has lead me to consider other means for installing Docker.
get.docker.com gives you version
- ubuntu’s stock
apt install docker.ioversion
- a site I set up two years ago, version
- Docker’s apparently recommended method, version
It looks like Ubuntu’s version works, and presumably they’ll continue to have a reasonably safe version, so that’s what I’m leaning toward right now.