Docker desktop for linux?

Rob

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At work I have a macbook running osx and a macbook running Linux.. I also just started with a different team that heavily uses kubernetes.

One thing I really like in OSX is the docker menu in the panel where I can quickly switch between clusters. I've since found kubectx (see other thread) but do wish we had it in Linux as well, but all I can find is docker ce?

Is there a 3rd party tool that mimics that docker desktop feature, but made for linux?

I'm using xfce btw..
 


wizardfromoz

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I haven't used Docker, but I searched and found

https://dzone.com/articles/a-comparison-of-docker-guis

and in part, it says, of Dockstation:

Multiple Docker Clusters
If you click the pencil icon next to the current cluster address, you will notice that you can add more, making Dockstation useful for managing more than one cluster in the same interface. It also provides a search field to look for particular images or containers across all those clusters.
If that is the sort of functionality you are looking for, then see

https://dockstation.io/

Cheers

Chris
 

Linpassion

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There are many doker for Linux such as Plank, Doker and Cairo-Dock. In my opinion Cairo-Dock it the best. So I try it under fluxbox, distro Slackware 14.2 x86-64, whith some problems, so with Xfce it works so fine! My tested
 

Rob

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There are many doker for Linux such as Plank, Doker and Cairo-Dock. In my opinion Cairo-Dock it the best. So I try it under fluxbox, distro Slackware 14.2 x86-64, whith some problems, so with Xfce it works so fine! My tested
Hey there Linpassion - thanks for the reply, but i'm looking for something similar to docker ce .. to work with docker containers, etc.. (docker.com).
 

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