What's new in 20.04 LTS
Ubuntu 19.04 Install Docker-ce
- Supported by Canonical until 2025 with ESM coverage until 2030
- Runs on all major architectures – x86-64, ARM v7, ARM64, POWER8, POWER9, IBM s390x (LinuxONE) and introducing initial support for RISC-V
- Ubuntu Pro cloud images for AWS and Azure, which include hardening, certification, kernel livepatch and more
- The Ubuntu Server Live installer is now able to update itself when connected to the internet for the latest features and bug fixes. Initial support for automated installs is now available as well.
- SSH that supports enabling two-factor authorization (2FA)
- WireGuard® – an innovative VPN technology with modern cryptography defaults and streamlined usability
- AppArmor3 for an even more secure system
- More resilient bootloader that tolerates disk failures
- Greater support for IPv6 on Microsoft Azure
- Support for latest Instance Metadata Service (IMDSv2) on Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- The latest long-term Linux 5.4 kernel for the latest hardware and security updates
- Updates to QEMU (v4.2), libvirt (v6.0), PHP (v7.4), Ruby (v2.7), GCC (V9.3), Python (v3.8), MySQL (v8.0), NGINX (v1.17)
Ubuntu 19.04 Docker Installation
Step 3: Install Node.js 12 on Ubuntu / Debian / Linux Mint Node.js repository has been added, The next step is installation of Node.js 12 on Ubuntu / Debian / Linux Mint. Running the following commands is all that’s needed for the installation.
Ubuntu 19.04 Docker Installieren
- The Ubuntu Server image is much smaller, you can install flavours of the Ubuntu Desktop on top of it, it gives you access to the Ubuntu CLI and by extension, all of the latest open source. Ubuntu Server works on the Raspberry Pi 2, 3 and 4.
- Sudo apt remove docker-ce sudo apt install docker-ce=17.09.1ce-0ubuntu. 19: OS/Arch: linux/amd64 Experimental: false Server: Engine: Version: 18.06.0.
- Ubuntu is a Debian-based Linux operating system based on free software.