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       docker-login - Register or log in to a Docker registry.


       docker login [-e|--email[=EMAIL]] [--help] [-p|--password[=PASSWORD]]
       [-u|--username[=USERNAME]] [SERVER]


       Register or log in to a Docker Registry located on the specified SERVER.  You can specify
       a URL or a hostname for the SERVER value. If you do not specify a SERVER, the command uses
       Docker's public registry located at by default.  To get a
       username/password for Docker's public registry, create an account on Docker Hub.

       docker login requires user to use sudo or be root, except when:

         1. connecting to  a remote daemon, such as a docker-machine provisioned docker engine.

         2. user is added to the docker group.  This will impact the security of your system; the
            docker group is root equivalent.  See
            ⟨⟩ for

       You can log into any public or private repository for which you have credentials.  When
       you log in, the command stores encoded credentials in $HOME/.docker/config.json on Linux
       or %USERPROFILE%/.docker/config.json on Windows.

              Note: When running sudo docker login credentials are saved in


       -e, --email=""

         Print usage statement

       -p, --password=""

       -u, --username=""


Login to a registry on your localhost

              # docker login localhost:8080

See also

       docker-logout(1) to log out from a Docker registry.


       April 2014, Originally compiled by William Henry (whenry at redhat dot com) based on source material and internal work.  June 2014, updated by Sven Dowideit
       ⟨⟩ April 2015, updated by Mary Anthony for v2 ⟨⟩
       November 2015, updated by Sally O'Malley ⟨