Noob question on environment / container OS
pandit.gaurav at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 19:12:40 UTC 2014
Thank you all.
(And apologies in late reply)
Regarding "compiling and building from the source code" part, my usecase
involves deplying our webapp on a version of JBoss which is pretty old
(4.2.x) and not available from the repo (or the PPA). I understand it's not
the best practice, but in this case, the charm is going to be an internal
one (instead of published), and I really don't see any other way.
It's great to hear that support for CentOS is in the works. Ubuntu
trusty/precise are more than fine. But since there is more familiarity with
CentOS within our firm, it may be helpful to have that options.
On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 4:56 AM, Mark Shuttleworth <mark at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On 16/07/14 06:12, Gaurav Pandit wrote:
> > 1. Is it correct to say that each machine created by juju in the
> > environment is basically an Ubuntu OS (most likely 14.04)?
> > 2. If that's the case, then
> > a. Does it mean that the commands executed in hooks, say, a basic bash
> > script that installs a particular software package, needs to be
> > with Ubuntu OS? (e.g. use of "apt-get" and not "yum")
> CentOS and Windows support should be complete by the time 14.10 is
> released, in the interim it's probably best to write charms on Ubuntu
> unless you want to help get the CentOS work done sooner which would be
> very welcome!
> > (Overall, the documentation is pretty good!)
> Thank you :)
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