Can’t restart my docker brewpi image without brewpi connected via USB. Why? How do I switch it over to WiFi properly?
Here’s what I did:
Built a docker-based install on an RPi2b, configuring with the USB TTY device, as my brewpi had v0.4.4 firmware. I used that docker install to run the updateFirmware utility and upgraded to 0.5.2 (latest release listed).
I then updated /home/brewpi/settings/config.cfg with the following port command to override the default:
port = socket://192.168.4.244:6666
I followed the instructions to configure the brewpi for my wifi, and that’s the correct IP showing up on the display.
The status LED is slow-blink green as expected.
When I try to restart the docker container, it’s complaining it cannot find the tty device (since the brewpi is no longer plugged in directly…
$ docker start brewpi
Error response from daemon: linux runtime spec devices: error gathering device information while adding custom device "/dev/ttyACM0": lstat /dev/ttyACM0: no such file or directory
Error: failed to start containers: brewpi
What additional steps do I need to perform to get this working via WiFi? What did I miss?