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README.md

Maru OS Container Blueprints

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Container image builder for Maru OS.

Blueprints

Image building logic is separated into standalone plugins called blueprints.

To create your own blueprint, all you need to do is:

  1. Add a directory under blueprint/. Use this directory to store anything you need during the build process.

  2. Add a script called plugin.sh to the top-level of your new blueprint directory. This will be the entrypoint to your blueprint.

  3. Define the function blueprint_build in plugin.sh that will run your build logic.

  4. Define the function blueprint_cleanup in plugin.sh that will clean up any intermediate build artifacts.

See blueprint/debian as the canonical example for Debian.

Examples

Build the default container:

$ ./build.sh

Build a minimal Debian arm64 stretch container called "stretch-container":

$ ./build.sh -b debian -n stretch-container -- -r stretch -a arm64 --minimal

Tip: You will need root privileges to mount binfmt_misc for bootstrapping foreign architecture containers.

Building with Docker

If you have Docker set up on your machine, just substitute ./build.sh with ./build-with-docker.sh to run a build within a Docker container with all the necessary dependencies pre-installed. All args will be passed to build.sh just like usual.

Build a Debian arm64 stretch container called "stretch-container" with Docker (args will be passed to build.sh):

$ ./build-with-docker.sh -b debian -n stretch-container -- -r stretch -a arm64 --minimal

To stop the build early you can run:

$ docker stop $CONTAINER_ID

where $CONTAINER_ID is determined from docker ps.

Contributing

See the main Maru OS repository for more info.

Licensing

Apache 2.0

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