On Sat, Apr 07, 2018 at 10:11:58PM +0300, Mihamina RAKOTOMANDIMBY wrote: > On 4/7/18 5:54 PM, Christian Brauner wrote: > > 2. **Important** distrobuilder is the new way of creating machine/system > > container images > > The templates have been replaced by a new project called "distrobuilder" > > . It aims to be a very simple Go project focussed on letting you > > easily > > build full system container images by either using the official cloud > > image > > if one is provided by the distro or by using the respective distro's > > recommended tooling (e.g. debootstrap for Debian or pacman for > > ArchLinux). > > It aims to be declarative, using the same set of options for all > > distributions while having extensive validation code to ensure > > everything > > that's downloaded is properly validated. > > > > **Warning: Advertisement** please consider packaging distrobuilder. > > https://github.com/lxc/distrobuilder > > > > A more lengthy justification can be found at: > > > > https://brauner.github.io/2018/02/27/lxc-removes-legacy-template-build-system.html > > > Hello, > > I'm looking for some tutorial of using the image built with distrobuilder. > > After having build the image: how to start it with lxc-start?
lxc-create -n <container-name> -t local -- --metadata /path/to/meta.tar.xz --fstree /path/to/rootfs.tar.xz lxc-start -n <container-name> Also see: https://asciinema.org/a/165783 Christian _______________________________________________ lxc-users mailing list email@example.com http://lists.linuxcontainers.org/listinfo/lxc-users