This Dockerfile will create a docker container which is based on Ubuntu 12.04.
It will install the "repo" utility and any other build dependencies which are required to compile CyanogenMod.
The main working directory is a shared folder on the host system, so the Docker container will can be removed at any time.
NOTE: Remember that CyanogenMod is a huge project. It will consume a large amount of disk space (~80 GB) and it can easily take hours to build.
How to build
- You will need to install Docker to proceed!
- When running
docker build, the whole folder incl. the "android" working directory is transferred to the Docker daemon. The only way to work around this currently is to move the "android" folder away, then rebuild, and move it back into place again.
For more information, see dotcloud/docker#2224.
git clone https://github.com/stucki/docker-cyanogenmod.git cd docker-cyanogenmod ./build.sh
How to run
cd docker-cyanogenmod ./run.sh
The container uses "screen" to run the shell. This means that you will be able to open additional shells using screen keyboard shortcuts.
How to build CyanogenMod for your device
repo init -u git://github.com/CyanogenMod/android.git -b cm-11.0 repo sync vendor/cm/get-prebuilts source build/envsetup.sh breakfast <device codename> # example: breakfast grouper brunch <device codename> # example: brunch grouper
For further information, check the following links:
- CyanogenMod Building Basics
- Learning to Build CyanogenMod
- Build Instructions for Google Nexus 5 (example device, search the wiki for other devices)