Installed LibreChat, but get stuck on last command "docker compose up -d"

Trying to install LibreChat on a Linode host, but get stuck at the last command getting this error:

root@localhost:~/LibreChat# docker compose up d
docker: 'compose' is not a docker command.

Using the install instructions mentioned here:

This should trigger LibreChat, but I get this error, I'm a newbie on this, is someone willing to help me out here? Thanks in advance!

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This likely isn't a permissions error because you appear ot be using your root user, and the message "docker: 'compose' is not a docker command" suggests that Docker-Compose hasn't been installed since it shockingly isn't just included in the base Docker CE installation. I've included our Guide to Installing Docker-Compose which once done should allow you to complete your LibreChat installation as-intended:


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