Every time i do dnf update I can not download or update podman
Error: Failed to download metadata for repo 'shiftkey': Cannot download
repomd.xml: Cannot download repodata/repomd.xml: All mirrors were tried
Copr repo for podman4 owned by rhcontainerbot 135 B/s | 341 B 00:02
Errors during downloading metadata for repository
- Status code: 404 for
Error: Failed to download metadata for repo
Cannot download repomd.xml: Cannot download repodata/repomd.xml: All
mirrors were tried
I have a host running Debian Bullseye (Podman v3.0.1). On that host, I
run an OPNsense VM via KVM. The goal is to create a (virtual) network
connection between that VM and one or more Podman containers.
So far, I have created a dedicated bridge network for the VM via this
<bridge name='virbr1' stp='on' delay='0'/>
<ip address='192.168.50.1' netmask='255.255.255.0'>
I then created this network for Podman:
The container is is started like so:
podman run --network=services --ip=192.168.50.10 [...]
This does work, however, it doesn't seem ideal. Is there a better way to
achieve networking between VM and containers? Is there a way to make
Podman actually configure networking by making DHCP requests (to the
OPNsense VM)? That way, DNS would be configured properly as well.
Any pointers are welcome :)
I have recently been interested in running as much of my software tools on Android as possible. I already find lots of packages installable on Termux app (via its package manager "pkg").
Being able to run containerized apps seems very tempting to me. I wonder if Podman has Arm binaries for Android. Is it possible for Podman to run on Android? Android is Linux after all, and Podman can run rootless. Am I missing something here?