Raspbian Docker

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To build and run Docker containers on Raspberry Pi it is required to install Docker itself.

To install the latest version of Docker on Raspberry Pi and to be able to upgrade it easily in future – it is recommended to install Docker from the official repository.

In this guide i will show how to install free Docker CE (Community Edition) on Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) from the stable official repository, how to verify that it has installed correctly and will show the common post-installation steps to perform.

Install Docker on Raspberry Pi

Add Docker’s official GPG key:

Set up the stable Docker’s repository:

Install Docker and Docker Compose on Raspberry Pi:

Raspbian Docker Tools

Start Docker:

Raspbian docker tools

Verify that Docker is installed correctly by running the hello-world image:

Cool Tip: Docker successfully installed! It’s time to run first container! Read More →

Post-Installation Steps

Once Docker is installed on Raspberry Pi, there are few more things left to do.

First of all it is required to configure Docker daemon to start automatically at system boot.

Run the following command to add Docker to autostart:

And secondly, add the Raspberry Pi’s user to the docker group to get rid of the need of typing sudo each time you run the docker command:

Info: Log out and log back to complete the group assignment.

To verify that you can run docker without sudo, execute:

Raspbian Docker Ce

When I received my first Raspberry Pi 2, I thought: “maybe I can use it as a web server to host a few of my websites”.

Trying different configurations and security options, I had to start all over a few times… Hours and hours redoing more or less the same things again and again. Now I received a Raspberry Pi 3 and I’d like to transfer my web server on this new device, and I have to redo it completely again? No way…

Docker is a good way to create a development environment that you can then ship as a production environment on another machine without having to redo everything manually.

So if you’re bored of installing and configuring all the time your environments use Docker, and it works on our little Raspberries.

Installation procedure

The official documentation is pretty clear and straight forward, but here are the big lines.

First allow Docker to be installable and upgradable through APT:

This docker.list file should only contain this line:

Now we can install Docker and configure the security group:

Here you should do a Log off – Log on and then test the installation:

Enjoy ! 🙂

PS: I you’re wondering what this is, just follow this tutorial.

Raspbian Docker Image

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