Install Specific Version Of Docker

2/12/2022by admin

How can I install a specific version of docker, e.g. 1.6.2?
The docker docs say to install on Ubuntu, use the following command:

Install Specific Version Of Docker

Looking at the script, it basically adds docker to the sources list then does

which installs the latest version.
I tried replacing lxc-docker in the script with lxc-docker=1.6.2 but it says it can’t find that version. On inspecting the available versions in the archive using

Step 6: Install Latest Version of Docker. To install the latest version of docker: sudo apt-get install docker-ce Step 7 (Optional): Install Specific Version of Docker. List the available versions of Docker by entering the following in a terminal window: apt-cache madison docker-ce.

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  1. How to install specific version of Docker(like 1.3.2)? I am unable to find any documentation in docker official docs. Referring this link for Ubuntu. Following instructions install docker version 1.0.1: $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install docker.io.
  2. Install a Specific Version of Docker on CentOS. To install a specific version of Docker, start by listing the available releases. Type the following in your terminal window: yum list docker-ce -showduplicates sort –r. The system should give you a list of different versions from the repositories you have enabled above.

it only returns the following:

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Is there a reliable method I can use to install an older version?
Thanks!

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