On 9/7/23 12:51, Darren Dupre wrote:
OS X has a Mach kernel and a BSD user land. Don’t think Apple is
interested in adding containers framework to that. I guess someone
could write a kernel extension but it’s a niche use case.
WSL 2 uses a real Linux kernel doesn’t it? But it’s still a VM inside
of Hyper V so I don’t think the performance is any different. WSL 1 is
a posix emulation with binary compatibility but no container support
under the hood.
Podman uses WSL 2 and is about to release HyperV support.
Correct me if I'm wrong about that.
On Thu, Sep 7, 2023 at 11:19 Mehdi Haghgoo via Podman
The container experience with podman machine on Windows and mac is
not optimal because the containers are slow.
Mac is a Linux-based OS. So, why can't we create native containers
on it as we do on Linux?
That applies to WSL. It's kind of Linux. Why cannot we create
native Linux containers on it without resorting to Podman machine
and podman clients?
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