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Alpine linux with blink1-tool and blink1-tiny-server.
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alpine-blink1

Alpine Linux with blink1-tool and blink1-tiny-server.

Usage

$ docker pull chorn/alpine-blink1

Your Docker host probably needs to have lsusb and udev installed. On most Linux distributions they'll be there by default.

$ lsusb | grep blink
Bus 003 Device 003: ID 27b8:01ed ThingM blink(1)

That means that your blink(1) will be device /dev/bus/usb/003/003.

To run the container with the blink1-tiny-server running on port 8080:

$ docker run -d -p 8080:8080 --name blink1 --device=/dev/bus/usb/003/003 chorn/alpine-blink1

To use the blink1-tool command:

$ docker exec blink1 blink1-tool --list
blink(1) list:
id:0 - serialnum:{{your blink serial number}} (mk2)

Reference

  1. Alpine Linux
  2. blink(1)
  3. Offical blink(1) Tools
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