To run a Docker image as a container, follow these steps:
Open a terminal or command prompt and navigate to the directory where the Docker image is located.
Use the docker run command followed by the name of the Docker image to start the container. For example:
Replace with the name of the Docker image you want to run.
If the Docker image is not already downloaded to your local machine, Docker will automatically download it before starting the container.
Once the container is running, you can interact with it through the terminal or command prompt. For example, you can run commands inside the container by using the docker exec command followed by the container ID or name and the command you want to run. For example:
Replace with the ID or name of the container you want to run the command in, and with the command you want to run.
To stop the container, press Ctrl+C in the terminal or command prompt where it is running. Alternatively, you can use the docker stop command followed by the container ID or name. For example:
Replace with the ID or name of the container you want to stop.