I have to say, I absolutely love Silverblue! However, I’m still kind of trying to figure out how exactly to develop projects.
Given that Silverblue is focused on container-based workflows, I figured I should use Buildah, so I created a Node container named
ryan@fedora ~ buildah run -v /:/host node ls /host/home /bin/ls: cannot access /host/home: Permission denied ERRO exit status 2 ✘ ryan@fedora ~
I figure this probably has something to do with namespacing or SELinux. That being said, I don’t feel like I’m approaching this correctly…
I know there’s also
atomic run, but I’m having a bit of trouble trying to find any advantages over
Of course, I could always just use the traditional systemless style of using a separate version manager.
All this leads me to ask: how do other developers here who have to work with similar projects approach things?