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docker-io is already in Fed 20. Recommended fix is to simply pull from EPEL.
RHEL6 doesn't ship with systemd, why is this even filed against EPEL-6?
(In reply to Adam Miller from comment #3)
> RHEL6 doesn't ship with systemd, why is this even filed against EPEL-6?
Mea culpa. I was just looking at the package build dates. I have confirmed that the creation script for this package (replacing the systemd integration in other versions) correctly creates the socket in question.
Apologies for the waste of time.
No worries, I hadn't yet seen all the other BZs opened against the Fedora distgit branches and was confused. I appreciate the update though.