[arch-general] Building in docker?
lisaev at umail.iu.edu
Thu Sep 4 15:49:00 EDT 2014
On Wed, Sep 03, 2014 at 10:26:11PM +0200, Magnus Therning wrote:
> Oki, I've never looked at lxc, I was under the impression that docker
> used to build on lxc in the past. Is that not true any longer?
It was true, yes, but I don't think it is now. Although, I can't find a link
> Is there a template included for Arch? That would be quite nice
> because building the docker image for Arch is a bit ugly I'd say....
Yes. It is a bit messy IMHO because it is being maintaned by several people...
So, I always manually create my containers, but then again, I always have a
config lying around.
> Finally, what about running a 32bit container on a 64bit host? I've
> not managed to find any indication that this is officially supported
> in docker, but it seems to work just fine.
This is supported.
> > > Docker has some nice attributes, in particular no need for root
> > > access. However, I don't know a whole lot about it, so I wonder are
> > Where do you take this from? Rootless containers require a specific
> > host kernel configuration (which -ARCH kernels don't have).
> Well, I'm probably imprecise here. What I meant was that after the
> service has been started (which requires root) any user in the docker
> group can start images.
Yeah, I kinda dislike these "daemon + privileged group" things -- reminds me of
With lxc, you'll need to have a container running and connect to it via SSH or
VNC. For me this is OK because my build container is on a desktop and I usually
access it from a laptop...
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