Raspberry Pi compatible Docker base image with Java.
In version Java 8, this image contains Java JRE and JDK!
Run all the commands from within the project root directory.
Build the Docker Image
Run the Docker Image and get the version of installed Java Runtime Environment
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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Thanks a ton team! Saved the day or us!
Just as a note, had to register qemu with the command below to build images.
docker run --rm --privileged multiarch/qemu-user-static:register --reset
Dockerfile in link says openjdk but the latest release contains Oracle Java 8.
@timcoote: A Java 8 is now available.
Please be aware, it is labelled as jdk, but it can not compile java code! Javac and tools.jar are missing.
- will there be a java 8 build?
- can I drop jars straight into a docker image if they're created on an intel based dev box?