In docker, there is currently through buildx the possibility of building and running a container in several architectures other than the host one through the use of binfmt and qemu.
Is there currently any support in podman to do this?
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When will Podman project be providing a fix for CVE-2019-11244<https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2019-11244> related to Kubernetes v1.8.x-v1.14.x vulnerability?
See - https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/issues/76676
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"man podman-build" suggests that the context argument is optional:
podman build [options] [context]
podman image build [options] [context]
If no context directory is specified, then Podman will assume
the current working directory as the build context, which
should contain the Containerfile.
but if i have a directory with nothing but a Containerfile, i get:
$ podman build
Error: no context directory specified, and no containerfile specified
OTOH, specifying context of current directory:
$ podman build .
STEP 1: FROM alpine:latest
... etc etc ...
on fedora 30 as root
# dnf install dumb-init
let's try podman as normal user
the following command does not work (busybox image)
$ podman run --rm -ti --init --init-path=/bin/dumb-init busybox /bin/sh
standard_init_linux.go:211: exec user process caused "no such file or
but when using fedora image it works
$ podman run --rm -ti --init --init-path=/bin/dumb-init
but when using statically
and as normal user
$ curl -sSL -o ~/.local/bin/dumb-init
$ chmod +x ~/.local/bin/dumb-init
$ ldd ~/.local/bin/dumb-init
not a dynamic executable
$ podman run --rm -ti --init --init-path=~/.local/bin/dumb-init busybox
it works fine
so should fedora ship statically linked dumb-init?
I try to run a container with podman as a normal user.
It runs, but ping doesn't work:
$ podman run --net=host -it docker.io/library/debian ping 192.168.0.1
ping: socket: Operation not permitted
When I ommit the --net=host options, the is no error message, but still not
$ podman run -it docker.io/library/debian ping 192.168.0.1
PING 192.168.0.1 (192.168.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data.
What should I do to get this working? I need network access to this containter
from outside and for sure ping should work from the inside.
Anything I missed?
Thanks a lot for your help!