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Last pushed: 2 years ago
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Raspian Image with installed WebIOPi for easy control of GPIO Pins of Raspberry via Rest
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WebIOPi is running on Port 8000.

Be sure to start the docker deamon with

docker -d&

Then enable ip forwarding with:

sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1

For running webiopi in docker type:

docker run -d -p 8000:8000 --privileged wirthual/rpi-webiopi webiopi

The --privileged is necessary to access the GPIOs.
Now you should see this site on the IP Adress of your Raspberry on port 8000:

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

If you want to modify things in the container run:

docker run -t -i -p 8000:8000 --privileged wirthual/rpi-webiopi /bin/bash

And to start webiopi now, just type webiopi for the command line:

root@dd050dcd2ce7:/# webiopi

For debug mode run:

root@dd050dcd2ce7:/# webiopi -d

Now you should see the same page as above on the IP of the Raspberry on port 8000.

Have fun modifing it. Unfortunately i do not know how to start webiopi in autostart. If someone figures out, let me know :)

Note: WebIOPi is released under Apache 2.0 Licencse. For more details see here:

https://code.google.com/p/webiopi/

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wirthual

Comments (2)
wirthual
3 years ago

Hi tmichels,

thank you for pointing out that my documentation wasn't working. I now modified it and have more information for you. Let me know if it works.

tmichels
3 years ago

It would be much more fun, if I could see anything, when I connect to the docker container. There is noone answering my requests.
Did I miss anything?