Docker container based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS containing various hardware and software development tools for OpenTitan, as listed in the OpenTitan documentation.
For now, no pre-built containers are available; you’ll need to build the Docker container locally.
First, you’ll need to install Docker either through your package manager or their download page.
You’ll also need to clone the OpenTitan repository if you haven’t done that yet.
$REPO_TOP (the top-level directory in the repository, called
opentitan by default), you can build the container with:
$ sudo docker build -t opentitan -f util/container/Dockerfile .
Run the container with
docker run, mapping the current working directory to
/home/dev/src. The user
dev will have the same user ID as the current user
on the host (you!), causing all files created by the
dev user in the container
to be owned by the current user on the host.
If you’d like to initialize your shell environment in a specific way, you can
pass an environment variable
--env USER_CONFIG argument from the invocation shown below.
The script passed through this mechanism will be sourced. The path of the script must be within the container, e.g. in the OpenTitan repository directory.
docker run -t -i \ -v $(pwd):/home/dev/src \ --env DEV_UID=$(id -u) --env DEV_GID=$(id -g) \ --env USER_CONFIG=/home/dev/src/docker-user-config.sh \ opentitan:latest \ bash
You can use
sudo within the container to gain root permissions.