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montao commented Nov 4, 2018

- What I did
Documented how to get started with the sshd example using Windows 10 as a host.
- How I did it
I forked the repository, built linuxkit, ran it and connected via ssh. Then I described how I did it so that new users can easily get started.
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Add with initial instructions for Windows 10

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GordonTheTurtle commented Nov 4, 2018

Please sign your commits following these rules:
The easiest way to do this is to amend the last commit:

$ git clone -b "master" somewhere
$ cd somewhere
$ git commit --amend -s --no-edit
$ git push -f

Amending updates the existing PR. You DO NOT need to open a new one.

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rn commented Nov 4, 2018

Thanks for the documentation. I think would be a better place to add this information. It already contains some (almost certainly incomplete) instructions on how to run images on Windows.

`linuxkit.exe build -format iso-efi sshd.yml`

Then you run the image, maybe in Git BASH or some other shell which respects the `$HOME/.ssh/` variable:

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rn Nov 4, 2018


I think it is the linuxkit build command which needs to find $HOME/.ssh/, not the linuxkit run

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