How to make Docker work on Debian Stretch

Docker provides .deb files for docker:

deb delian-stretch main

However, these don’t work on Debian Stretch (AMD64) because the kernel does not support the AUFS file system. Switching to the overlay file system leads for me to permission problems in the /var/lib/docker/overlay hierarchy (even when root).

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