You should be able to export it to disk with a "podman save" command. I
haven't used WSL, but it's my understanding that they plumbed the native
Windows file system into it, so when you save things with the WSL Linux
kernel, it gets written directly into your windows world.
On Fri, Sep 18, 2020 at 11:58 AM Dev Linux <devlinuxnc(a)gmail.com> wrote:
If I pull a RHEL UBI image like so (On Windows using cygwin and
$podman pull registry.access.redhat.com/ubi8/ubi
Is there a command I can run on the host system (Windows) to create a file
on the host (Windows) that would be a rootfs.tar of the UBI image that
I want to then use that rootfs.tar to run on the Windows host under WSL2.
If anyone has done this *or if there is another way* to fetch the UBI
image as a rootfs.tar, it would be greatly helpful.
This is something I want to do regularly (pull the latest UBI image, on
the day of each new update/release of the image), and run under Windows
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