As a continuation of armhf stuff, I've added some missing armhf libs and enabled various kernel options needed by Docker and it seems to work for me. Installation warning: if things go wrong, you'll most likely have to reflash. First run "Upgrade Pandora OS" from the system menu to get the latest kernel, reboot. Then you need to install the armhf libs (you'll need roughly ~15MB of NAND space). Code: sudo opkg install armhf-support armhflibdevmapper1.02.1 Now you'll need to get lots of space for docker images somehow, either run the OS from SD or maybe mount /var/lib/docker as a SD (untested), I'm just abusing my lucky 1GB NAND pandora for now. Get http://notaz.gp2x.de/misc/pnd/docker-1.10.3-pndtest.tar.bz2 and extract somewhere with unix (not FAT) fs, and follow this demo session: Code: $ sudo su # cd /path/to/docker/ # ./cgroupfs-mount # ./docker daemon & ... INFO Daemon has completed initialization INFO Docker daemon commit=20f81dd execdriver=native-0.2 graphdriver=aufs version=1.10.3 # ./docker run -it armv7/armhf-ubuntu_core /bin/bash root@5e0652e5fa78:/# cat /etc/os-release NAME="Ubuntu" VERSION="16.10 (Yakkety Yak)" ... First it mounts cgroupfs and starts the docker daemon, then docker seems to just work (with some complaints about missing kernel features, it seems to want 3.10 but the requirement is not hard(?)), at least simple things do work. I don't really use docker much, so more advanced things might be broken still.