Please read the release notes carefully since this update requires adjustments to your Raspberry Pi configuration!
Kukielka58 last edited by
I was thinking about a way to easily host MagicMirror and display the webpage on any device in the home network.
First thing that came to my mind, why not a Docker container for the Server-Only application?
Would be a really smooth way to host magicmirror on say… a homeserver, and use a rpi zero or any other network capable device to display the webpage in kiosk mode.
Let me know what you think!
strawberry 3.141 last edited by strawberry 3.141
@Kukielka58 there will be docker support in the next version
Kukielka58 last edited by Kukielka58
@strawberry-3.141 well, that was unexpected… Good for me tho!
karsten13 last edited by yawns
trying to work with docker after the release of MM v.2.1.1.
The documentation says to start docker with:
docker run -d \ --publish 80:8080 \ --restart always \ --volume ~/magic_mirror/config:/opt/magic_mirror/config \ --volume ~/magic_mirror/modules:/opt/magic_mirror/modules \ --name magic_mirror \ MichMich/MagicMirror
That doesn’t work, so google helped and this is working:
docker run -d \ --publish 80:8080 \ --restart always \ --volume ~/magic_mirror/config:/opt/magic_mirror/config \ --volume ~/magic_mirror/modules:/opt/magic_mirror/modules \ --name magic_mirror \ randyramsaywack/magicmirror
Now docker ps tells me that all is running but i can’t see the site in my browser.
I tried localhost:8080 and localhost:8183, doesn’t work.
The documentation says to update the config with the Docker Host IP address.
So I tried to get this with
# As of Docker v1.3 you can attach to a bash shell docker exec -it 2e23d01384ac bash # That drops you into a bash shell then use the 'ip' command to grab the addr root@2e23d01384ac:/# ip add | grep global inet 172.17.0.1/16 scope global eth0
but inserting this in whitelist still doesn’t work.
May someone here knows what I’m doing wrong …
karsten13 last edited by
Update: I found no valid mm container in the docker store.
You can build your own docker image locally with
docker build -t magic_mirror .
and run it with
docker run -d --publish 8080:8080 --restart always --volume ~/magic_mirror/config:/opt/magic_mirror/config --volume ~/magic_mirror/modules:/opt/magic_mirror/modules --name magic_mirror magic_mirror
and open it in your browser with
Be aware of this issue.