% docker run -d -p 80:80 docker/getting-started Unable to find image 'docker/getting-started:latest' locally
If you try to run a docker image for the first time and is not available locally then you will see the above message, after you see this message you will see that the image that you are trying to run gets pulled (downloaded) from the docker hub and once that's done image will get started.
latest: Pulling from docker/getting-started 9b3977197b4f: Pull complete 39f2bf92291e: Pull complete ea9231e3d522: Pull complete 90b319ad0eff: Pull complete 408c69fe56bf: Pull complete 33dbb7c8f996: Pull complete 0174d564973a: Pull complete 524fc1f6ba50: Pull complete Digest: sha256:aa945bdff163395d3293834697fa91fd4c725f47093ec499f27bc032dc1bdd16 Status: Downloaded newer image for docker/getting-started:latest 55b13fd56843c60f9e3f5de07e1fb7e7f0a99f80e30b61e3908a1e1f6c80a9ca
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