This page contains information about hosting your own registry using the open source Docker Registry. For information about Docker Hub, which offers a hosted registry with additional features such as teams, organizations, web hooks, automated builds, etc, see Docker Hub. Before you can deploy a registry, you need to install Docker on the host. A registry is an instance of the registry image, and runs within Docker. This topic provides basic information about deploying and configuring a registry. For an exhaustive list of configuration options, see the configuration reference.
Copy an image from Docker Hub to your registry
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This tutorial takes you through the steps of setting up your own server using the default server software that Mojang Studios distributes free of charge. For more tutorials, see the bottom of this page or the Tutorials page. For more information on Minecraft servers, see the Server page. Note: There is also custom server software available, which most large servers use, but these applications are not supported by Mojang Studios.
Want to play Minecraft on your own terms? Set up your own server, create your own worlds, perhaps build in them with friends and family? It's remarkable, but true: you can do all of this on a Raspberry Pi. My son is a big fan of Minecraft and is always wanting me to play alongside him. It's not easy to do while he's playing on his tablet. As he's only young, allowing him online seems inappropriate. The solution is simple: set up a Minecraft server on a Raspberry Pi.