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README.md

os-images

Docker Images for RancherOS

Building

Run make

Details

Multi-arch Dockerfiles

As a pre-cursor to native multi-arch support, we leverage some features of dapper.

In the Dockerfiles, you'll see lines like:

FROM rancher/os-centosconsole-base
# FROM amd64=centos:7 arm64=skip arm=skip

The rancher/os-centosconsole-base does not actually exist. Dapper will download the arch specific image listed in the commented out # FROM line, and tag that, so the build can occur.

Special Entrypoint and CMD

Console images also use special ENTRYPOINT and CMD settings, which are bind mounted into the container at run time:

ENTRYPOINT ["/usr/bin/ros", "entrypoint"]

Misc details

The sshd is configured to accept logins from users in the docker group, and root is denied.

Contact

For bugs, questions, comments, corrections, suggestions, etc., open an issue in rancher/os with a title starting with [os-images] .

Or just click here to create a new issue.

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