by Devin Yang
(This article was automatically translated.)

Published - 5 years ago ( Updated - 5 years ago )


This article briefly introduces how we install docker and docker-compose on Raspberry Pi.


1. Install docker using official instructions
curl -sSL | sh
2. After the installation is complete, to allow non-Root users to use docker, please add the user to the docker group.
The default user of RASPBIAN on Raspberry is pi, so the command is as follows:
sudo usermod -aG docker pi
If you don't know what your username is, you can also do this
sudo usermod -aG docker ${USER}
After completion, please log in to the bash environment again to take effect.
At this time, if you enter the docker version normally, you should see the following screen:

Next, let's install docker-compose.
It's very simple, we can search for docker-compose install with Google and we should be able to find the official installation webpage instructions
Please select the Tab of Alternative Install Options (alternative installation options).
Here, we can simply install through pip
sudo pip install docker-compose
When finished, hit docker-compose version to see if there is any response.

Above, the installation of docker and docker-compose on Raspberry is completed.


Tags: docker

Devin Yang

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