On 10/26/21 2:13 PM, Reinhard Tartler wrote:
Thanks Reinhard for the comments and links (and for the packaging work
too). Just to clarify, I wasn't intending to cast any ill-will at all,
of course we're all a friendly community here to help.
Mainly I was responding to this part of OP's request:
"...reasonably complete set of container tools relative to fedora using
just standard packages?"
ALL downstream "standard packages" (even including Fedora to a degree)
are going to lag behind upstream. Sometimes this is actually what you
want (stability vs features). However, there's no practical option to
have it both ways - it simply can't happen with human-level efforts.
So OP's experience (as all downstream users) will heavily depend on
downstream testing, and (if required) commercial support contracts.
While Fedora's podman is more bleeding edge, and heavily tested as such,
it cannot be a substitute for podman in a distro. offering full
Chris Evich (he/him), RHCA III
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