I’ve recently noticed that of course you also have to update your pods in Fedora Toolbox, because these can be outdated, too.
Now is there any plan for Toolbox to e.g. enable automatic updates in pods? Because otherwise, if you have long-running containers they can still pose a risk, because they still have access to your home dir etc. So it’s really that you should keep them updated.
Or is there a plan to e.g. integrate/show them in GNOME Software?
So I’ve tried the usual steps on Fedora listed here, and it worked quite well, but the last step failed:
$ sudo systemctl enable --now dnf-automatic.timer
System has not been booted with systemd as init system (PID 1). Can’t operate.
Failed to connect to bus: Host is down
That said, I also have to say that this is quite cumbersome to do for each container you want to use for a longer time. So it’s IMHO not really a great thing, especially as you also need to edit a config file etc. (i.e. it’s not an one-liner or so)