How to Docker on Raspberry PI (Raspbian)

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If you like tinkering with Docker and have a Raspberry PI available, you’re in luck! You can now install Docker on your RPI without messing with complicated stuff, fire up a terminal and follow this tutorial.


I take absolutely NO responsibility of what you do with your machine; use this tutorial as a guide and remember you can possibly cause data loss if you touch things carelessly.

In order to follow this tutorial you will need:

  • A Raspberry PI with Raspbian Wheezy, Jessie, Stretch or superior.
  • Administrator privileges
  • About 10 minutes if you have a fast connection.

Setting up the required software

In this step we’re going to install the required software in order to set up the Docker repository correctly and safely:

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Now it is time to acquire the GPG key:
If you want to check the fingerprint here it is for reference (if you don’t trust me, and that’s perfectly fine, verify on the official website): 9DC8 5822 9FC7 DD38 854A E2D8 8D81 803C 0EBF CD88.

Add the repository

In this step we’re going to add the repository:

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Install Docker CE

And finally:

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And voilĂ ! You now have installed Docker on your Raspberry PI! You can continue your reading about Docker here:

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