+Stevan Le Meur <slemeur(a)redhat.com>
On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 10:53 AM Scott McCarty <smccarty(a)redhat.com> wrote:
We've definitely talked about extending Podman Desktop to Linux
addition to Windows and Mac) and I "think" this would solve your problem.
Also, have you tried using Cockpit to manage containers instead of
something in the Gnome GUI?
On Mon, Jun 20, 2022 at 5:30 AM Pavel Sosin <pavel.sosin(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Podman doesn't work on Fedora Workstations with GNome-basedGUI. It's a
> fact. But How OCI container's cgroups soft machine can work in the forest
> of cgroups created by GNome and all GUI applications. Every GUI session has
> its own cgroups tree managed by systemd. It is very hard to make a
> decision about a parent cgroup for the created container and resource
> allocation that doesn't fit every scenario. There are too many variants:
> user-session, gnome-terminal, gnome-terminal tab, etc. The server-client
> nature of the Gnome GUI will keep the question about a side designated for
> resource allocation forever. The Windows WSL and MAC implementation of
> Podman follo different approach - creation of the singleton VM running
> pre-installed Podman. Fedora workstations have built-in capability to run
> VMs via machined and machinectl. The resource limits of this VM can be
> easily tuned. Inside the VM OCI containers can be easily managed if the VM
> is systemd-based like Fedora's images. User sessions in this VM are plain
> remote sessions opened by the user core or core-less.
> Such VM can be easily deployed to Fedora WS as a iso copied to btrfs
> I tried to run minimalistic smoke-test and got a workable Podman but the
> Quemi machine inside Fedora WS for Intel looks slightly exotic. Maybe this
> approach is more practical?
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