I prefer to install docker on Debian due to the stability of all the packages in the OS plus it has only the stuff you need (compared to Ubuntu). But unfortunately that means you will also get an outdated version of docker engine. Here is how to install the latest version of docker in Debian. First of all you should be installing docker using a non-root user, installing stuff using a root account opens another can of worms in the form of security issues.
At home when we use power intensive appliances, this is a nifty little dashboard designed by fffonion to easily view the power usage of each appliance in your home/office, all credits go to fffonion and contributors to the plug exporter project. Prerequisites TP-Link HS110 smart plug with energy monitoring (AmazonLink) A server to run docker containers A little bit of Linux terminal knowledge Basic knowledge on spinning up docker containers A router with ability to set static IP to connected devices TP-Link Setup I’m going to assume you have setup your TP-Link smart plug (using their KASA app) and its running in your network.