[arch-general] systemd-nspawn : centOS container
ghodechhap at ghodechhap.net
Sat Jan 31 14:04:41 UTC 2015
On Saturday 31 Jan 2015 9:01:39 AM arnaud gaboury wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 5:47 AM, Shridhar Daithankar
> <ghodechhap at ghodechhap.net> wrote:
> > On Friday 30 Jan 2015 7:12:18 PM arnaud gaboury wrote:
> >> I have happily used a second Arch as a container booted with
> >> systemd-nspawn.
> >> I would like now install a CentOS container, but I am not sure how to
> >> proceed the install. What is the correct way ?
> >> - first install minimal CentOS from an iso in a dedicated partition
> >> (in my case it will be a ssd), then mount the ssd filesystem in
> >> /var/lib/container/MyCentOS ?
> >> - mount the iso file with systemd-nspawn --image=/path/to/CentOS.iso,
> >> boot my container and then install CentOS .
> > I haven't tried it myself but you could use a pre-built image like this
> > http://images.linuxcontainers.org/images/centos/7/amd64/default/20150131_0
> > 2:16/
> > Bonus point, it can run an lxc container as well.
> Thank you for the link, but i doesn't really answer my question with
You could untar the rootfs archive and start systemd-nspawn on it? instead of having to install
the minimal image yourself?
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