Building 4diac FORTE docker images
Two Docker files are provided in the ./docker/ folder of the 4diac FORTE repository. The first one is a docker image that runs 4diac FORTE in it. The second one is a docker image that is used to build 4diac FORTE for many architectures and devices. Currently it builds for:
- raspberry pi (and BeagleBone Black). Not valid for the raspberry pi zero
- (COMMING SOON) RevPi
- (COMMING SOON) WAGO
In both docker images 4diac FORTE is built with the following modules:
- HTTP (port 8080)
- OPC UA (with security)
and the devices with their corresponding IO module.
The docker image of 4diac FORTE has the binary located in /usr/forte_output/linux32/forte
The builder docker image has the binaries located in /usr/forte_output/
To build the docker images, you need to go to the root folder of the 4diac FORTE repository and execute (don't forget the point at the end):
To start a 4diac FORTE instance, just execute:
the -d option starts the container in the background. The -p options maps the outside port to the inside.
To start 4diac FORTE with other listening port, execute:
The most common way of start the forte_builder image is as follow:
You'll then be inside the container and can browse it.
To copy the 4diac FORTE binaries to the local folder, execute:
Where to go from here?
Now that you installed the required tools, it's time to start using them. Take a look at the following page:
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