Raspberry Pi compatible Docker Image with a minimal
Busybox httpd web server.
Start the default web server
docker run -d -p 8080:80 hypriot/rpi-busybox-httpd
Or use the script
start-webservers.sh count [start] to start many web servers, port number uses 10000+n
./start-webservers.sh 5 ./start-webservers.sh 10 5
How to create this image
Run all the commands from within the project root directory.
This Docker Image is extremely small (approx. 2.1MByte) and will be build with the tool dockerize.
Install the build dependencies first
Build the Docker Image
Test the Docker Image
Push the Docker Image to the Docker Hub
- First use a
docker loginwith username, password and email address
- Second push the Docker Image to the official Docker Hub
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