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Raspbian(Debian:jessie) with SSH and user pi
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Made for netPI, the Open Edge Connectivity Ecosystem

Raspbian(stretch) with SSH and user pi

Base of this image builds a tagged version of debian:stretch with enabled SSH and created user 'pi'.

Container prerequisites

Port mapping

For remote login to the container across SSH the container's SSH port 22 needs to be mapped to any free netPI host port.

Getting started

STEP 1. Open netPI's landing page under https://<netpi's ip address>.

STEP 2. Click the Docker tile to open the Docker management user interface.

STEP 3. Enter the following parameters under Containers > Add Container

  • Image: hilschernetpi/netpi-raspbian

  • Port mapping: Host "22" (any unused one) -> Container "22"

  • Restart policy" : always

STEP 4. Press the button Actions > Start container

Pulling the image from Docker Hub may take up to 5 minutes.


The container starts the SSH service automatically.

Login to it with an SSH client such as putty using netPI's IP address at your mapped port. Use the credentials pi as user and raspberry as password when asked and you are logged in as non-root user pi.

Use Raspbian commands as usual.


  • hilscher/netPI-raspbian:latest - non-versioned latest development output of the master branch. Can run on any netPI system software version.

GitHub sources

The image is built from the GitHub project netPI-raspbian. It complies with the Dockerfile method to build a Docker image automated.

View the license information for the software in the Github project. As with all Docker images, these likely also contain other software which may be under other licenses (such as Bash, etc from the base distribution, along with any direct or indirect dependencies of the primary software being contained). As for any pre-built image usage, it is the image user's responsibility to ensure that any use of this image complies with any relevant licenses for all software contained within.

To build the container for an ARM CPU on Docker Hub(x86 based) the Dockerfile uses the method described here

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