Today I was trying to install Docker on my Raspberry Pi Zero W. However, I ran into some weird issues.
I installed the Docker Engine after reading through a bunch of tutorials, stackexchange questions, and the official docs, and settled on installing it through the convenience script, as explained in: https://docs.docker.com/engine/install/debian/#install-using-the-convenience-script
The installation completes successfully. After a reboot, to make sure that the docker daemon has started, I tried running the following command to ensure that everything is working fine:
docker run hello-world
I lose the terminal for a few seconds, then I get it back, but nothing gets printed out to the console. The
docker logs are empty. What's weird is that if I run
echo $?, I get
139, so the process could not complete without facing an error. But without any error messages showing up, there is nothing I can do. Can someone identify the issue?
My Raspberry Pi Zero W (revision 1.1) is on armv6l/armhf architecture, I believe it should support docker and the hello-world image.