- UPDATE your Docker apt repo source list if you want to be able to get the latest Docker
- We have a yum repo FINALLY for rpms
- EVERYONE GETS A DYNAMIC BINARY
Today, we are super excited to announce that we have created and deployed new apt and yum repos for installing docker. No longer will you apt-get install lxc-docker, a super confusing name considering we no longer use lxc as the default backend for docker out of the box. Let’s take a deep dive into the awesomeness that is the new repos.