Does the journal show anything?  What about if you run the container with -it instead of dt?

On Fri, Jul 1, 2022 at 7:08 PM Loren Amelang <> wrote:
I've installed Podman on a Raspberry Pi Zero W, and want to test the
network connection. I found this:

pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $ podman pull

pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $ podman run -dt -p 8088:80/tcp
pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $

I chose "8088:80" because incoming port 8080 is already in use and
working on that Pi. Seems that is valid?

It seems to run, but closes itself in under a minute:

pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $ podman ps -a
CONTAINER ID  IMAGE                    COMMAND           CREATED
STATUS                       PORTS                 NAMES
54a005199e38  httpd-foreground  26 minutes ago
Exited (139) 26 minutes ago>80/tcp  hopeful_buck
787779b20e96  httpd-foreground  18 seconds ago
Exited (139) 16 seconds ago>80/tcp  pedantic_yonath
pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $

pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $ podman logs -l
pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $
pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $ podman top -l
Error: top can only be used on running containers
pi@raspberrypi:~/tripod $

slirp4netns is already the newest version (1.0.1-2).

Could someone please suggest what to check next?

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