Error msg while installing docker plugin

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    • KM0201 wrote:

      log in on the console or via ssh as root

      apt-get update
      apt-get upgrade
      apt-get dist-upgrade

      when that's all done, apt-get -f install

      The docker plugin install was (not sure if it still is) was broken.

      That should fix the problem.
      It worked !!!!! Thank you.

      Boy would I not been able to do this on my own...

      Since I'm new to this and not an linux pro: wouldn't it been possible to do this through GUI (remote access)? I thought I had update/upgrade OS and plugins before asking online...

      The post was edited 1 time, last by PC_Pal68 ().

    • PC_Pal68 wrote:

      KM0201 wrote:

      log in on the console or via ssh as root

      apt-get update
      apt-get upgrade
      apt-get dist-upgrade

      when that's all done, apt-get -f install

      The docker plugin install was (not sure if it still is) was broken.

      That should fix the problem.
      It worked !!!!!
      Boy would I not been able to do this on my own...

      Since I'm new to this and not an linux pro: wouldn't it been possible to do this through GUI (remote access)? I thought I had update/upgrade OS and plugins before asking online...
      You can update through the GUI under the "updates" section in the webUI... but update will not run the apt-get -f install command (that has to be done manually). I just had you run the other commands to make sure your system was completely up to date before fixing the docker plugin.

      Personally, I always update over command line (using the first 3 commands). Not really sure why, I just do.. even on my desktop/laptops that run Linux, and they all have GUI tools to update as well.
      Air Conditioners are a lot like PC's... They work great until you open Windows.