I still believe that computers should do what humans want them to do and not vice-versa.
[Build] Successfully built 66a3b5673087
[Build] Successfully tagged registry2.resin.io:443/adstest/92ffc971e33136b7ed16487fd4b0c6efca7c056c:latest
[Success] Image created successfully...
At least I have walked a small distance. I got some errors but, who knows...
The relevant part of the blab starts here:
No errors till here
[Build] Step 17/23 : RUN gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 40C430F5 && gpg --armor --export 40C430F5 | apt-key add -
I have not tested yet but I can see that the main problema is that I don't have enough reading about the Resin.io Dockers.
Can you suggest me some blog or, maybe a YouTube so I can understand better how Resin.io Dockers?
I'm a "reading man" so don't spend time with YouTube,unless you know some...
I think I missed something, or maybe I'm not understanding what is happening on my side ..
I come walking smooth till your last code line
$ git push resin master
First I tried a Windows computer but I can't pass the above line of code.
Then I tried to use a Mac Os X High...
Glad we all have a nice and happy end!
I´d suggest you to post a new thread with the final solution so everybody can have it straight and easy. to find.
PS: Just read your original post. You have already done it, great!
Needed to reupload images as my old service wanted me to change my plan to have my photos on forum. In one side this is good as the uploaded images where from my home station and these ones are from office station
Don´t forget to tell me if the workaround worked.
Hope you have success.
As I said the only difference from your tutorial is that, prior of installing dump1090-mutability_1.15~dev, I did a rtl-sdr install.
# sudo apt-get install -y git cmake libusb-1.0-0.dev build-essential
# git clone git://git.osmocom.org/rtl-sdr.git
The only difference among your tutorial and what I did is the install of rtl-dsr separately, before all the process of installing dump1090-mutability_1.15~dev package.
Other than that both methods are alike.
I always do like that.
Hope that helps!