Docker: Setting up a GUI in a Docker Container on a Raspberry Pi

I’ve been playing around with Docker in the past few weeks and currently I’m trying to set up a project.

I’m running a Raspberry Pi with Docker installed. I want to set up a container and use RDP to connect to a remote host.

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    In order for my RDP to work I need a GUI that runs in a Docker container and uses the ARM architecture.

    Has anyone else had any experience with this?
    All help is appreciated!

    Thanks
    Vincentvo

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    Adding –privileged to my docker run command fixed my issue.

    Just curious, but are you 100% tied to RDP? If you use VNC, you could just use the ubuntu ARM distro and then VNC into it. IF you are using a windows machine, superVNC should work for you.

    There are even VNC clients for android. Come to think of it, you might be able to use Chrome RDP as well, havent tried that though.

    Docker will be the best open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications.