During CloudFleet development, we had some problems in finding a consistent way to install Docker in Debian Jessie on ARM (Raspberry Pi 2). Debian moved us around between mirrors a bit and then eventually settled on Docker 1.7.1 which doesn’t work on ARM (Socket operation on non-socket). Luckily, we found a nice Docker .deb package that works on ARM thanks to the Hypriot community (check the link for the latest Docker version). To use it, simply do:
After using the stock Android ICS that came with my Sensation for a couple of years and getting fed up with it crashing and being slow all the time, I decided to try out the CyanogenMod (CM) everyone was talking about. When I started with this endeavour, I was a bit overwhelmed by the amount of incoherent/incomplete resources all around. In this post, I’ll try to summarise the steps necessary to install it in a more human way to help others achieve the same goal.