It’s great to have Docker on Raspberry Pi, and there’s a blog about it.

Update 2021

After so many years, the ecosystem has evolved a lot. Docker supports multi-CPU architecture so does many images, e.g. alpine. It’s no longer needed to do those complex steps by yourself.

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But one thing I found is that Raspberry Pi is based on ARM CPU, thus do not support x86/x64 instructions. Any Docker image build for x86/x64 won’t work. And, I didn’t find any official Docker image built for Raspberry Pi. resin/rpi-raspbian is widely used and also used by Docker project is a good candidate and is lightweitht, but I still want to use an official one. So, I decided to build one myself.

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