Docker installations depend on the platform your are running.
Some platforms like Redhat have moved to Podman as their primary container build and run-time environment.
The Domino Container project works with both platforms and auto detects, which container run-time is installed.
Some platforms still have up to date Docker versions in their software repositories.
The (Docker installation page)[https://docs.docker.com/engine/install/] lists how to install the Docker server on most popular distributions.
Docker provides a script to install Docker on Linux with one command. The following command, downloads the script and runs it in a bash.
curl -sfL https://get.docker.com | bash -
On SUSE SLES and Leap you can use
zypper install docker to install Docker. On Ubuntu after updating to a current version
apt install docker.io installs a current Docker server.
Once installed, check the server and client version running.
This completes the setup for your Docker environment.
Contine with Quickstart to build and run your first container.