Not sure if anyone experienced the following:
On a freshly installed Debian 10, I installed the Docker following the steps in the Docker’s documentation and Debian stopped booting up at the stage of starting of Gnome, just hang in the command line forever and does not react to any stimuli (e.g. switching to another terminal or any keys).
As it was the only packages freshly installed and with further deduction I realized that it might be due to auto starting dockers daemon. After I disabled it from auto start at boot Debian was able to fully boot up into the GUI.
I’m not sure what might cause such a behaviour, and it would be good if I can make Docker start automatically with OS. Would be glad to any ideas shared.
Best Regards, D