Shown below is an example for 64-bit Linux. After entering the target image into the name field, click the 'Pull the Image' button to download it. You must have internet connectivity for this to succeed.
Once the download is complete, you should see something similar to the following.
Step 3: Create the Volumes
Select 'Volumes' on the left and add two new ones by clicking the 'Add Volume' button. Then type the name of the first volume as 'ignition-data' as shown below and click 'Create the volume'. Ensure 'Access control' is also disabled.
Repeat the volume creation process described above to create a second volume called 'ignition-bin'. When complete, the volumes should look as follows:
Step 4: Define and Start the Container
- Name = IgnitionEdgeMQTT
- Image Name = (the image downloaded dependent on your hardware platform architecture)
- If Linux 64-bit is supported: cirruslink/ignition-edge-linux-64:7.9.9latest
- If Linux ARM HF is supported: cirruslink/ignition-edge-linux-armhf:7.9.9latest
- Always pull the image = not selected
- Publish all exposed ports = selected
- Map the following additional ports
- 22 → 22 (TCP)
- 8000 → 8000 (TCP)
- 8043 → 8043 (TCP)
- 8060 → 8060 (TCP)
- 8088 → 8088 (TCP)
- Enable access control = not enabled
This is all shown below in the 64-bit Linux example.
In addition set the following advanced properties via the bottom tabs.
Finally, start the container by clicking the 'Deploy the container' under the 'Actions' section as shown below.
After deploying you should see the new container now running as shown below.