Docker image for Openhab (1.6.2).
Official DEMO Included
If you do not have a openHAB configuration yet, you can start this Docker without one. The official openHAB DEMO will be started.
docker pull tdeckers/openhab
docker build -t <username>/openhab
- The image exposes openHAB ports 8080, 8443, 5555 and 9001 (supervisord).
- It expects you to make a configurations directory on the host to /etc/openhab. This allows you to inject your openhab configuration into the container (see example below).
- To enable specific plugins, add a file with name addons.cfg in the configuration directory which lists all addons you want to add.
Example content for addons.cfg:
org.openhab.action.mail org.openhab.action.squeezebox org.openhab.action.xmpp org.openhab.binding.exec org.openhab.binding.http org.openhab.binding.knx org.openhab.binding.mqtt org.openhab.binding.networkhealth org.openhab.binding.serial org.openhab.binding.squeezebox org.openhab.io.squeezeserver org.openhab.persistence.cosm org.openhab.persistence.db4o org.openhab.persistence.gcal org.openhab.persistence.rrd4j
- The openHAB process is managed using supervisord. You can manage the process (and view logs) by exposing port 9001.
- The container supports starting without network (--net="none"), and adding network interfaces using pipework.
- You can add a timezone file in the configurations directory, which will be placed in /etc/timezone. Default: UTC
Example content for timezone:
Example run command (with your openHAB config)
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -v /tmp/configuration:/etc/openhab/ tdeckers/openhab
Example run command (with Demo)
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 tdeckers/openhab
Start the Demo with:
HABmin is not included in this deployment. However you can easily add is as follows:
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -v /<your_location>/webapps/habmin:/opt/openhab/webapps/habmin -v /<your_location>/openhab/config:/etc/openhab -v /<your_location>/openhab/addons-available/habmin:/opt/openhab/addons-available/habmin tdeckers/openhab
Then add these lines to addon.cfg