How to run docker with user namespace enabled?

As per the documentation, i tried the following command but get error:

sudo docker daemon --userns-remap=default
INFO[0000] previous instance of containerd still alive (2640) 
INFO[0000] User namespaces: ID ranges will be mapped to subuid/subgid ranges of: dockremap:dockremap 
FATA[0000] Error starting daemon: Can't create ID mappings: No subuid ranges found for user "dockremap"

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    I got past the above error by creating /etc/subuid and /etc/subguid with following text dockuser:100000:65536 and then starting docker daemon as docker daemon --userns-remap:dockuser

    But now i get another error related to /dev/mqueue permissions when starting containers. Refer this issue for more details:

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