docker-homebridge - Homebridge Docker

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This Alpine/Debian Linux based Docker image allows you to run Nfarina's Homebridge on your home network which emulates the iOS HomeKit API. Homebridge requires full access to your local network to function correctly which can be achieved using the --net=host flag. Currently this image will not work when using Docker for Mac or Docker for Windows due to this and this.

https://hub.docker.com/r/oznu/homebridge/
https://github.com/oznu/docker-homebridge

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