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    How to run Bumblebee in a Docker Container

    Argenis Leon
    Jan 21 · 1 min read

    With docker everything is easier. We just need to have docker and pull the Bumblebee image.


    With Docker, everything is more straightforward.

    We need to have Docker and pull the Bumblebee docker image.

    docker pull ironmussa/bumblebee

    Then execute the following command line with our environment variables.

    docker run --name <APP_NAME> -p 3000:3000 -p 5000:5000 -p 8888:8888 -e APP_IP=<APP IP> -e API_IP=<API IP> ironmussa/bumblebee

    When Bumblebee is ready, the terminal should look like this; right here, you can see the complete Bumblebee logs. (It takes form 5 to 10 minutes)

    In your browser go to

    http://<IP>:3000?kernel=1:3000/?kernel=1&session=default&key=hpmLDC4KO7hrtceEfn0KJMKaey1ZZlflNIYhS-7YU54=

    <IP> is your external ip address

    You should get something like this.

    If you do not use the parameters for the environment in the docker run, these will be the default ones.

    API_IP = 127.0.0.1
    APP_IP = 127.0.0.1

    If you need a detailed step by step guide to install Bumblebee without Docker please go to:

    If you have any problem, we are always willing to help in the chat https://spectrum.chat/bumblebee/general?tab=posts

      Argenis Leon

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      Entrepreneur, living at the intersection of AI and Advertisement.

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