docker run -ti resin/rpi-raspbian /bin/bash
docker run -ti resin/rpi-raspbian:jessie /bin/bash
Both of these fail.. this used to work.
Since we had some changes in the entrypoint script, if you want to run it locally you need to override the entrypoint. So docker run -ti --entrypoint=/bin/bash resin/rpi-raspbian:jessie will work
docker run -ti --entrypoint=/bin/bash resin/rpi-raspbian:jessie
This is a breaking change :-/ I eventually worked it out but it lead to a lot of frustrated comments:
So sorry for that but this docker image supposed to run on resin device.
We will find a way to update the entry script to support your case
It's testament to the quality of your image that it's being used as a base by most of the Docker/ARM community. Thanks for getting back - it would be great if you could look into this.
Thanks for putting this image out there.. I use it in my demos ->
@alexellis, in the meantime, you can use this tag jessie-20160831 it's a date fixed tag and doesn't have the breaking change. So you can have a stable base image for your work.
Hey @alexellis, we have a PR to fix this issue #39. Will let you know when it's merged
@alexellis pinging to let you know that this should be fixed now
@petrosagg awesome, thanks for the ping. Let me check.. just pull latest?
@alexellis yes, any of the moving tags should work (wheezy, jessie, latest)