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Remotes IR hub for your livingroom, like Harmony but with a RaspberryPI
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Hello Raspberry Pi docker-loving hardware hackers!

This image enables you to run Rasparmony out of the box with a single command. The only requirement is to implement an IR IN/OUT circuit with your RaspberryPI (follow this tutorial:


###Start a Rasparmony service:

docker run -d -p 3000:3000 -e RASPARMONY_CONFIG=/rasparmony/config/config.json --device /dev/mem:/dev/mem -v /lib/modules:/lib/modules -v /rasparmony/config:config --cap-add=ALL --rm --privileged -it jdavisonc/rasparmony

If you want to set up the IN/OUT GPIO pin for LIRC, you can override them like this:

docker run -d -p 3000:3000 -e LIRC_GPIO_IN=23 -e LIRC_GPIO_OUT=22 -e RASPARMONY_CONFIG=/rasparmony/config/config.json --device /dev/mem:/dev/mem -v /lib/modules:/lib/modules -v /rasparmony/config:config --cap-add=ALL --rm --privileged -it jdavisonc/rasparmony

###Default values:


Expose port 3000.

Privileged access to /dev/mem and Kernel (for load LIRC modules) is required by Rasparmony.
Thanks to the Hypriot team for making docker fun on Raspberry Pi!


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Copyright (c) 2015 Jorge Davison <>

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