Docker’s in Debian! Isn’t that great! Let’s all get happy! It’s called
docker.io, so go ahead and
sudo apt-get install docker.io whenever you want :)
The first two uploads have a few errors, which are 100% my fault. The first were a set of FTBFS bugs, which were a stupid error on my part.
Thanks to olasd for catching the remaining bug, related to stripping the binaries.
I’m so sorry this happened, it slipped through as a result of me having a local
docker binary in
/usr/local, which I tested completely before uploading a totally different binary. I won’t let it happen again.
It should be fixed now.
However, this comes with a warning. It appears as though
systemd (which, for the record I adore) is allowing
/dev/pts and friends, which causes a bunch of damage to the host.
I’ve filed the bug as bug #734813.
Currently the outdated
mount(1) is holding back a workaround. Hopefully we get
util-linux updated so we can hack around this in the short-term. Hopefully the bigger issues get solved.
So, if you’re a
systemd user, please hold off on using
docker.io until we resolve this issue in Debian.