From breaking when using su or sudo to the directory length issue, these simple normal Unix everyday operations seem to be difficult for development of podman.
I am trying to run a very simple API container using Podman as non-root and at this point I cannot start any containers.
On top of that, workarounds found in searching for solutions also never work.
For example these two work arounds do not work.
export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS=unix:path=/run/user/$(id -u)/bus
systemd-run --scope --user $SHELL
I will admit I am not a Podman expert. My goal in using Podman over Docker should not require it. It only needs to perform basic container operations. Stop/start/rm/run/load
Any help to get this working would be appreciated.
==> podman --version
podman version 3.0.2-dev
x /etc/*ease: NAME="Red Hat Enterprise Linux" x
x /etc/*ease: VERSION="8.4 (Ootpa)" x
x /etc/*ease: ID="rhel" x
x /etc/*ease: ID_LIKE="fedora"
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