Greetings. New user, deploying to a Raspberry Pi 3 for the first time, following https://docs.resin.io/raspberrypi3/python/getting-started/
When I push my repository to Resin I get the following warning:
[Info] Starting Dockerfile build
[Build] Step 1 : FROM resin/raspberrypi3-python
[Build] # Executing 1 build trigger…
[Build] Step 1 : RUN echo ‘This repository is deprecated. Please check docs.resin.io/runtime/resin-base-images/ for information about Resin docker images.’
[Build] —> Running in 4c9c213caddc
[Build] This repository is deprecated. Please check docs.resin.io/runtime/resin-base-images/ for information about Resin docker images.
Everything seems to work correctly, but it looks ugly.
Trying to fix it leaves me with a couple of queries -
Q1: there seem to be 2 candidate base images that might be suitable - resin/raspberry-pi3-python or resin/raspberry-pi3-alpine-python. Since I am familiar with developing directly on an RPi running the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s Raspbian Jessie OS and libraries such as RPi.GPIO or GPIOZero am I right in thinking that and alpine-based solution with its different packaging manager would not be the right choice?
Q2: What RESIN_MACHINE_NAME variable should I be using in my Dockerfile.template to use the base image decided on in the previous query? There is no Raspberry Pi 3 support documented at https://docs.resin.io/deployment/docker-templates/
[I had to modify the text of the deprecation message to remove the active links because of the restriction imposed by the forum s/w.]