On Mon, Oct 25, 2021 at 5:34 AM Robert P. J. Day <rpjday@crashcourse.ca> wrote:
On Mon, 25 Oct 2021, Valentin Rothberg wrote:

> That being said, I would totally recommend using Podman on Ubuntu.
> If there is a bug, we'll fix it upstream and then it's up to the
> maintainers of the individual distributions to either backport or
> jump to the next release of Podman.

  great, that makes me cautiously optimistic. this will probably wait
until deadlines ease up in late december, and i dive into setting all
this up on ubuntu 21.10. there will probably be questions.

Happy to hear! (podman package maintainer for Debian/Ubuntu here)

For the specific case of Ubuntu, I'm trying using the same strategy
for packaging, so you should see roughly the same behavior (and bugs) between
both packages (there may be some differences due to kernel and runtime).

You can check the distribution specific bug pages here:


Please use the distribution bug tracker for reporting any bugs with the packaging.

If it turns out to be an upstream functionality issue, we can always involve
upstream who, as Valentin said, has been very receptive in the past for any kind
of reports.

thanks for giving podman on ubuntu a shot!