Philips-Air addiotional program in docker image?


I have mutliple Philips Air Cleaning devices (AC3033/10) and they can be controlled via CoAP.
There is already a plugin in the palette that I installed but it needs the py-air-control to be installed on the "host".

Because we use the docker image of node-red I don't know how to achieve this that this is persistent installed?

what I know so far is that after starting the container I can enter the console and type in the following commands:

pip3 install --upgrade --user pip
pip3 install py-air-control

This leads to the fully functional plugin inside node-red.

probably easiest to create your own docker image that includes all you want based off the node-red base.

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