1- Finding the Docker image from Docker Hub
2- Giving display permissions to Xserver
3- Testing to see the Deepstream Docker image working
OS: JetPack 4.3 (L4T-32.3.1)
In this blog post we will run docker container. First of all ask for repo access via email. After that you can download and run repos you want with basic "docker run" command.
In this blog post we share example docker hub registry.
Before running the container you should need to give some permissions to Xserver.
Next to "docker run" command you should pass some arguments like which runtime and network you want to. And if needed share some folder to container with "-v". Because we want to use Xserver we should also specify some environment variable with "-e". Then specify which image you want to download and run from our registry. In example registry it has only one image with one tag, so we will use it.
After once you download you can run image without downloading again and again.
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