Edit the /etc/modules file and add the name of the module (without the .ko extension) on its own line. On boot he kernel will try to load all the modules named in this file.
Specify the following settings in /boot/config.txt: hdmi_force_hotplug=1 Tells your Pi an HDMI display is attached. hdmi_ignore_edid=0xa5000080 hdmi_group=2 hdmi_mode=16 # Forces a resolution of 1024×768 at 60Hz.
# list docker images $ docker images -a # remove docker image ( -f option is force) $ docker rmi -f ImageID
# list all installed packages, but only show those containing the work docker $ sudo apt list –installed | grep docker # the above command shows that the docker apps’ name is actually docker-se, so uninstall that $ sudo apt-get remove docker-se