Docker In Raspberry Pi 2
I’m fairly new to Raspberry Pi and completely new to Docker.
I’m not a software developer, which means I’m, unfortunately, unfamiliar with many relevant aspects of linux some of you are already aware of. I’m hoping a few of you could help me with a question.
I’m using a Raspberry Pi 4 4GB running with Raspberry Pi OS 64 bit.
I would like to install Docker on this system, but I could not find a document explaining if I need to use a special curl command for 64bit Raspberry Pi OS.
Is the curl command different between 32bit and 64bit OS?
Docker In Raspberry Pi 4
Jun 01, 2020 If you have a Raspberry Pi 2 or newer, you should be able to run the following command for hello-world without any issue. Docker run hello-world. But for older Raspberry Pi, it doesn’t work anymore. My Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+ for example, doesn’t print the hello-world message like when you run hello-world in other systems. What better way to say 'Happy Pi Day' than by installing Docker Engine - Community (CE) 18.09 on Raspberry Pi. This article will walk you through the process of installing Docker Engine 18.09 on a Raspberry Pi. There are many articles out there that show this process, but many failed due to older Engine versions.
This is the curl command I’m aware of to install docker on Raspberry Pi:
curl -sSL https://get.docker.com sh
Docker Raspberry Pi Os
Hope someone can help
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