hpr3511 :: Podman like Vagrant
This is how I use Podman on the desktop
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Tags: containers, podman, docker, vagrant.
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Part of the series: Virtualization
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I used to use Vagrant to spin up minimal virtual machines when I needed to test code on a different distro than what I ran. Lately I've switched to Podman.
Install Podman with your distribution's package manager.
$ sudo --add-subuids 200000-265536 \ --add-subgids 200000-265536 \ $USER
Create a directory to share data between your container and your localhost:
$ mkdir data
Run a container, with your ./data directory mapped to /storage in the container:
$ podman run -it --volume ./data:/storage:Z busybox
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