Install Docker in Kali Linux:
First we update Kali:
sudo apt update
Then we use apt to install Docker in Kali:
This step might take awhile, since it downloads roughly 273MB of data to run Docker.
sudo apt install -y docker.io
Finally, we start the Docker daemon:
sudo systemctl enable docker --now
After that, to use Docker from the Kali command line, here are some examples:
docker pull PackageName
docker run --it PackageName:latest
Run a docker container with COLOR in the Terminal (common for OSINT / pentesting programs):
docker run ---ty PackageName
The docker daemon is set to run on boot by default in Debian-based Linux distrubtions and Ubuntu.