Gentoo Docker Images
A collection of Dockerfiles for generating Gentoo docker images.
These images are intended to be created automatically by
a travis cron job and pushed to docker hub.
This repository include basic stage3 images and an image usable as a
Building the containers
The containers are created using a multi-stage build, which requires docker-17.05.0 or later. The container being built is defined by the TARGET environment variable:
Using the portage container as a data volume
docker create -v /usr/portage --name myportagesnapshot gentoo/portage:latest /bin/true docker run --volumes-from myportagesnapshot gentoo/stage3-amd64:latest /bin/bash
Using the portage container in a multi-stage build
docker-17.05.0 or later supports multi-stage builds, allowing the portage volume to be used when creating images based on a stage3 image.
# name the portage image FROM gentoo/portage:latest as portage # image is based on stage3-amd64 FROM gentoo/stage3-amd64:latest # copy the entire portage volume in COPY --from=portage /usr/portage /usr/portage # continue with image build ... RUN emerge -qv www-servers/apache # or whichever packages you need
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