Monthly Archives: April 2016

LXD Image Updates

LXD is sweet. To create a ubuntu xenial container, just do lxc launch ubuntu:xenial x1 The remote xenial image will be automatically fetched on the first use, and cached for future uses. Nifty. Hmm… but what then? There are three … Continue reading

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Docker in LXD

Since the very early days of upstream Linux containers – around 2006 – we’ve been distinguishing between ‘application’ and ‘system’ containers. (The definition of application containers has changed a bit, and their use case has changed a *lot*, but the … Continue reading

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