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Amazon Linux 2 - install docker & docker-compose using 'sudo amazon-linux-extras' command

UPDATE (March 2020, thanks @ic): I don't know the exact AMI version but yum install docker now works on the latest Amazon Linux 2. The instructions below may still be relevant depending on the vintage AMI you are using.

Amazon changed the install in Linux 2. One no-longer using 'yum' See: https://aws.amazon.com/amazon-linux-2/release-notes/

Docker CE Install

sudo amazon-linux-extras install docker
sudo service docker start
sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user

Make docker auto-start

sudo chkconfig docker on

Because you always need it....

sudo yum install -y git

Reboot to verify it all loads fine on its own.

sudo reboot

docker-compose install

Copy the appropriate docker-compose binary from GitHub:

sudo curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.22.0/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m) -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose

NOTE: to get the latest version (thanks @spodnet): sudo curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/latest/download/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m) -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose

Fix permissions after download:

sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose

Verify success:

docker-compose version

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@ajbazz ajbazz commented May 8, 2019

Excellent! Thanks for the instructions.

The only problem I had was running sudo reboot. I am logged on to my EC2 instance console using the AWS Systems Manager/Session Manager.
That command just hung and I had to terminate the instance. So I'm not sure if that was temporary issue or it isn't supported on Session Manager.

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@rimiti rimiti commented May 11, 2019

Thanks @npearce, it works fine.

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@laskarazhar-hiveup laskarazhar-hiveup commented May 17, 2019

Thanks @npearce, handy steps.

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@johnycage johnycage commented May 23, 2019

Other guides on the web doesn't work. Yours is just perfect. Thanks.

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@XaeroDegreaz XaeroDegreaz commented May 27, 2019

Thank you

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@jvirico jvirico commented Jun 4, 2019

Easy, thanks!

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@egroj97 egroj97 commented Jun 6, 2019

Thanks! Worked like a charm

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@pkaramol pkaramol commented Jun 7, 2019

I think the systemctl commands work fine on Amazon Linux 2 given that it has systemd.

systemctl enable --now docker should suffice.

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@igorGevaerd igorGevaerd commented Jun 14, 2019

Works like a charm.
Thanks!

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@matiasepalacios matiasepalacios commented Aug 22, 2019

you are the fucking master!

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@btskloud btskloud commented Sep 9, 2019

Yes, this worked great!!

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@msafder msafder commented Sep 10, 2019

still works!

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@adisubektie adisubektie commented Sep 27, 2019

perfect code. thanks alots

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@johnnyrich0617 johnnyrich0617 commented Oct 23, 2019

Thank so much for this...you saved me hours!

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@bek9 bek9 commented Nov 11, 2019

👍👍

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@bdurrani bdurrani commented Dec 18, 2019

if you don't want to hardcode the user when adding the name to the group, you can also do sudo usermod -aG docker $USER

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@xtealer xtealer commented Dec 23, 2019

Ran into an issue when trying to run service docker start. Fixed it with this AWSDevs thread that says to install sudo yum install polkit

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@kush199423 kush199423 commented Feb 4, 2020

Thanks works awsom . thanks a ton .

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@ic ic commented Mar 5, 2020

Thank you for the explanation.

It seems we can now use yum again to install Docker, simplifying the first step:

sudo yum install docker

just worked out of the box a few minutes ago.

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@npearce npearce commented Mar 8, 2020

Thank you for the explanation.

It seems we can now use yum again to install Docker, simplifying the first step:

sudo yum install docker

just worked out of the box a few minutes ago.

Only took them a year... :)
Thanks for sharing this, @ic

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@ic ic commented Mar 8, 2020

@npearce Thank you for the original tip. I guess it is still valid on old AMIs. Even a year will not change that :)

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@MiKr13 MiKr13 commented Mar 24, 2020

Hi please help, I am getting this error:

Error: Package: containerd.io-1.2.13-3.1.el7.x86_64 (docker-ce-stable)
           Requires: container-selinux >= 2:2.74

When I am doing: amazon-linux-extras install docker

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@ic ic commented Mar 25, 2020

When I am doing: amazon-linux-extras install docker

Would you have more context? The gist assumes a few things on the AMI, etc.

Also, yum should just work on recent/updated systems, now.

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@pystocks pystocks commented Mar 25, 2020

When I am doing: amazon-linux-extras install docker

Would you have more context? The gist assumes a few things on the AMI, etc.

Also, yum should just work on recent/updated systems, now.

I'm getting the same error when trying to install docker.

sudo yum install amazon-linux-extras install docker

returns

Error: Package: containerd.io-1.2.13-3.1.el7.x86_64 (docker-ce-stable) Requires: container-selinux >= 2:2.74 You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest

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@CarlosBalladares CarlosBalladares commented Mar 28, 2020

@psystocks

Any luck?

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@pystocks pystocks commented Mar 29, 2020

@psystocks

Any luck?

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Not sure what was wrong. However, I just launched a new ec2 instance and it worked.

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@MiKr13 MiKr13 commented Mar 29, 2020

@CarlosBalladares @pystock this approach of launching a new instance isn't even valid for me since I was already in a new lauched instance trying to setup docker.

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@MiKr13 MiKr13 commented Mar 29, 2020

@ic I just lauched a new Linux AMI v2 instance on AWS, it's a t3a Medium instance. I followed this tutorial to the teeth and did everything the same way said here but I was getting that error

Error: Package: containerd.io-1.2.13-3.1.el7.x86_64 (docker-ce-stable)
           Requires: container-selinux >= 2:2.74 
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@CarlosBalladares CarlosBalladares commented Mar 29, 2020

I switched from AMI to ubuntu.

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@pystocks pystocks commented Mar 29, 2020

@MiKr13 On a new instance, did you try just doing a regular yum install docker? It worked for me.

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@xmariopereira xmariopereira commented Apr 2, 2020

Error: Package: containerd.io-1.2.13-3.1.el7.x86_64 (docker-ce-stable)
Requires: container-selinux >= 2:2.74

Same problem here. it was working some days ago.

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@MiKr13 MiKr13 commented Apr 2, 2020

@pystocks I don't know if it's the VM issue or what but yes, after creating another new VM with Amazon AMI V2 and installing docker with just yum install docker worked.

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@fawolfmann fawolfmann commented Apr 26, 2020

Thanks! it worked perfectly

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@Spodnet Spodnet commented May 3, 2020

Use

sudo curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/latest/download/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m) -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose

to get latest version of docker-compose rather than a fixed version

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@endangurura endangurura commented May 4, 2020

Thanks! worked like a charm

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@npearce npearce commented May 5, 2020

Use

sudo curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/latest/download/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m) -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose

to get latest version of docker-compose rather than a fixed version

Nice one.

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@jrobertomercadog jrobertomercadog commented May 9, 2020

Works like a charm! Thanks for sharing.

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@dezren39 dezren39 commented May 11, 2020

Thank you

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@namnguyenbk namnguyenbk commented May 14, 2020

Thanks for your kind help. It worked very well

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@shide1989 shide1989 commented May 20, 2020

More than usefull ! thanks !

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@Andrew-Chen-Wang Andrew-Chen-Wang commented Jun 10, 2020

On Amazon Linux 2, for those who are lazy (including me):

sudo amazon-linux-extras install -y docker && sudo service docker start && sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user && sudo chkconfig docker on && sudo yum install -y git && sudo curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.22.0/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m) -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose && sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose && docker-compose version && sudo reboot

And then just re-login.

Also, for those who are using OS X and have this weird " that is typed as some non-ASCII double quote, here's another one-liner for rsync-ing your code:

rsync -av -e "ssh -i ~/path/to/dev.pem" ./ ec2-user@your-ec2-dns:~/code

./ assumes you're in the directory you want to rsync. Otherwise, specify a path.

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@jaedung jaedung commented Jun 10, 2020

To verify the command docker-compose version, I had to create a symbolic link using the command ln -s /usr/local/bin/docker-compose /usr/bin/docker-compose.

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@mobeigi mobeigi commented Jul 11, 2020

Thanks for the steps :D

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@soufi soufi commented Jul 20, 2020

Excellent ! Thanks !

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@rizzumd rizzumd commented Jul 27, 2020

Works great! Thanks

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@NorseGaud NorseGaud commented Aug 13, 2020

Thanks man. Cool name too :)

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@nadolny nadolny commented Aug 14, 2020

Works great!!! Thanks

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@felipeardila1010 felipeardila1010 commented Aug 15, 2020

Thats great. Thanks

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@jaggu07 jaggu07 commented Aug 18, 2020

Thanks !!

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@ozbillwang ozbillwang commented Aug 19, 2020

for anyone above got the issue container-selinux >= 2:2.74, please check if you have a file /etc/yum.repos.d/docker-ce, delete it, then you should be fine to run the command amazon-linux-extras install docker

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@MaximMukhametov MaximMukhametov commented Aug 24, 2020

for anyone above got the issue container-selinux >= 2:2.74, please check if you have a file /etc/yum.repos.d/docker-ce, delete it, then you should be fine to run the command amazon-linux-extras install docker

@ozbillwang thanks bro !

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@Mixtomeister Mixtomeister commented Sep 15, 2020

for anyone above got the issue container-selinux >= 2:2.74, please check if you have a file /etc/yum.repos.d/docker-ce, delete it, then you should be fine to run the command amazon-linux-extras install docker

@ozbillwang Amazing!! Thanks bro!!!

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@tiagob tiagob commented Oct 7, 2020

Making network requests from the docker container fails for me. Has anyone got this working?

You can test by trying apt-get update from inside a docker container

Temporary failure in name resolution

Tried various internet solutions. Nothing works.

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@lachlan-vass lachlan-vass commented Oct 16, 2020

Beautiful 👏

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@imadamahmid1 imadamahmid1 commented Oct 20, 2020

beautiful!!

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@patriciojlg patriciojlg commented Oct 26, 2020

Thank a lot!! <3

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@rexvel rexvel commented Oct 27, 2020

Damn dude, you saved the day for me)

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@emilsosa emilsosa commented Nov 3, 2020

Thanks. 👏

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@niglev niglev commented Nov 20, 2020

Thanks!

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@CayoSouza CayoSouza commented Nov 30, 2020

Thanks but there was a missing step for me, to create a symbolic link:
ln -s /usr/local/bin/docker-compose /usr/bin/docker-compose

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@francotel francotel commented Nov 30, 2020

I think the correct command is:
sudo systemctl enable docker

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@ticituc ticituc commented Dec 11, 2020

Thank you! It's realy helpfull!

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Hi dude. Thanks very much :)

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@AustinGilkison AustinGilkison commented Jan 12, 2021

Worked great but had issues with docker on my Amazon Linux 2 WorkSpace.

Err:1 http://deb.debian.org/debian buster InRelease
  Temporary failure resolving 'deb.debian.org'

The solution was creating '/etc/docker/daemon.json` and adding the following:

{
    "dns": ["192.10.0.2", "8.8.8.8"]
}

Then run: sudo service docker restart

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@mohideenabdulcader mohideenabdulcader commented Jan 19, 2021

Thanks for a wonderful document

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@araujo-luis araujo-luis commented Jan 20, 2021

You're missing this command

ln -s /usr/local/bin/docker-compose /usr/bin/docker-compose

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@rpaskalev rpaskalev commented Jan 21, 2021

Perfect, thank you!

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@bokelo bokelo commented Feb 9, 2021

Saved a bunch of time, thank you.

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@fil-monterey fil-monterey commented Feb 24, 2021

thank you- very straightforward.

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@balakrishnareddy246 balakrishnareddy246 commented Feb 25, 2021

fabulous article love the article

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very clear on topic what we need

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Thank you. very helpful.

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delivered just what is required, thanks !!

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It works. Thank you.

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@augustoaccorsi augustoaccorsi commented Mar 24, 2021

thanks so much, my friend!

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@naoki0719 naoki0719 commented Mar 26, 2021

I could easily install the latest version of docker-compose!
Thank you!

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@Spunkie Spunkie commented Apr 1, 2021

The official docker/compose repo does not currently have arm64 builds, but you can use linuxserver/docker-docker-compose instead.


Here is a trimmed down setup cmd for docker/docker-compose that works for Amazon Linux 2 arm64 as well as x86:

sudo yum -y install docker; \
 sudo service docker start; \
 sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user; \
 sudo chkconfig docker on; \
 sudo curl -L --fail https://raw.githubusercontent.com/linuxserver/docker-docker-compose/master/run.sh -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo reboot;

Here is a quick and dirty cmd that I threw together.

It additionally installs git/yum-cron, configures yum-cron to automatically install security updates hourly, and sets a system wide env to specify that I want the alpine tag of docker-compose.

sudo yum -y install git docker yum-cron; \
 sudo sed -i '/update_cmd/s/= .*/= security/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/update_messages/s/= .*/= no/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/apply_updates/s/= .*/= yes/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/download_updates/s/= .*/= yes/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/download_updates/s/= .*/= no/' /etc/yum/yum-cron.conf; \
 sudo service yum-cron start; \
 sudo chkconfig yum-cron on; \
 sudo service docker start; \
 sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user; \
 sudo chkconfig docker on; \
 sudo sh -c "echo 'export DOCKER_COMPOSE_IMAGE_TAG=ghcr.io/linuxserver/docker-compose:alpine' >> /etc/profile.d/dockerComposeAlpineImageTagEnv.sh"; \
 sudo curl -L --fail https://raw.githubusercontent.com/linuxserver/docker-docker-compose/master/run.sh -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo reboot;
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@szhang-sympli szhang-sympli commented Apr 6, 2021

In case anyone has problems with moby packages:

Package docker is obsoleted by moby-engine, trying to install moby-engine-19.03.11+azure-2.x86_64 instead

MicrosoftDocs/windowsserverdocs#4596 (comment)

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@fil-monterey fil-monterey commented Apr 8, 2021

Thank you. Still works like a charm.

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@MCardus MCardus commented Apr 9, 2021

The official docker/compose repo does not currently have arm64 builds, but you can use linuxserver/docker-docker-compose instead.

Here is a trimmed down setup cmd for docker/docker-compose that works for Amazon Linux 2 arm64 as well as x86:

sudo yum -y install docker; \
 sudo service docker start; \
 sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user; \
 sudo chkconfig docker on; \
 sudo curl -L --fail https://raw.githubusercontent.com/linuxserver/docker-docker-compose/master/run.sh -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo reboot;

Here is a quick and dirty cmd that I threw together.

It additionally installs git/yum-cron, configures yum-cron to automatically install security updates hourly, and sets a system wide env to specify that I want the alpine tag of docker-compose.

sudo yum -y install git docker yum-cron; \
 sudo sed -i '/update_cmd/s/= .*/= security/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/update_messages/s/= .*/= no/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/apply_updates/s/= .*/= yes/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/download_updates/s/= .*/= yes/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/download_updates/s/= .*/= no/' /etc/yum/yum-cron.conf; \
 sudo service yum-cron start; \
 sudo chkconfig yum-cron on; \
 sudo service docker start; \
 sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user; \
 sudo chkconfig docker on; \
 sudo sh -c "echo 'export DOCKER_COMPOSE_IMAGE_TAG=ghcr.io/linuxserver/docker-compose:alpine' >> /etc/profile.d/dockerComposeAlpineImageTagEnv.sh"; \
 sudo curl -L --fail https://raw.githubusercontent.com/linuxserver/docker-docker-compose/master/run.sh -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo reboot;

Thank you very much, quite a useful answer to install docker-compose in aws ami with an arm architecture :)

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The official docker/compose repo does not currently have arm64 builds, but you can use linuxserver/docker-docker-compose instead.

Here is a trimmed down setup cmd for docker/docker-compose that works for Amazon Linux 2 arm64 as well as x86:

sudo yum -y install docker; \
 sudo service docker start; \
 sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user; \
 sudo chkconfig docker on; \
 sudo curl -L --fail https://raw.githubusercontent.com/linuxserver/docker-docker-compose/master/run.sh -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo reboot;

Here is a quick and dirty cmd that I threw together.

It additionally installs git/yum-cron, configures yum-cron to automatically install security updates hourly, and sets a system wide env to specify that I want the alpine tag of docker-compose.

sudo yum -y install git docker yum-cron; \
 sudo sed -i '/update_cmd/s/= .*/= security/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/update_messages/s/= .*/= no/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/apply_updates/s/= .*/= yes/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/download_updates/s/= .*/= yes/' /etc/yum/yum-cron-hourly.conf; \
 sudo sed -i '/download_updates/s/= .*/= no/' /etc/yum/yum-cron.conf; \
 sudo service yum-cron start; \
 sudo chkconfig yum-cron on; \
 sudo service docker start; \
 sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user; \
 sudo chkconfig docker on; \
 sudo sh -c "echo 'export DOCKER_COMPOSE_IMAGE_TAG=ghcr.io/linuxserver/docker-compose:alpine' >> /etc/profile.d/dockerComposeAlpineImageTagEnv.sh"; \
 sudo curl -L --fail https://raw.githubusercontent.com/linuxserver/docker-docker-compose/master/run.sh -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose; \
 sudo reboot;

It's work! Thank you 🚀

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@saandeepkumar saandeepkumar commented Apr 24, 2021

I am a very beginners level comprehensive Explanation. 100/100 marks, I have followed the given instruction and got successfully.

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@herdsothom herdsothom commented May 12, 2021

After the fix permissions step (for docker-compose), you need to add a step to move docker-compose to /usr/bin (from /usr/local/bin)

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@shafeer-tmmt shafeer-tmmt commented Jun 15, 2021

Thanks much

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Thank you

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