For those that want a lean Linux subsystem to provide container functionality to be part of a greater container platform, LinuxKit is for you. If you’re not sure where to get started with it, check out this piece by Docker Captain Ajeet Singh Raina.
In his article, he walks through how to build packages with LinuxKit, either using DockerHub images directly, or by building your own shell script wrapper around them. It’s a great way to get started, with plenty of command line examples to use.
Read more at: A Quick Look at LinuxKit Packaging System
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