Getting Podman 2.0 into ubuntu
siretart at gmail.com
Wed Jul 22 02:36:04 UTC 2020
My attempt at merging the docker.io package can be found in my ppa here:
it at least builds on my laptop in a clean groovy chroot.
Let me know what you think. Is this "good enough" for groovy? - Did I miss
On Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 7:29 AM Reinhard Tartler <siretart at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ubuntu Server folks,
> I've been working quite a bit to get podman 2.0 (cf. https://podman.io/)
> and its friends buildah and skopeo into debian/unstable, and succeeded
> with that task yesterday (yay). Now, I need your help with getting those
> packages built and ready for Ubuntu 20.20 (groovy).
> Podman is a container tool that allows you to run OCI-compatible images,
> with a user-interface that allows seamless transition from docker(1). It
> also brings the concept of pods, known from kubernetes, to the world of
> laptops. Buildah is a tool that is able to create images on the command
> line. It can also read Dockerfiles. I've written about it here
> http://tauware.blogspot.com/2020/04/building-packages-with-buildah-in-debian.html .
> Skopeo is a conversion tool from various container formats.
> I believe there is significant value for ubuntu server users.
> For better or worse, all these tool share quite a bit of code and require
> some code from docker. The challenge I'm facing now is that the docker
> package in debian has diverged significantly from ubuntu, which makes
> building dependent packages, such as contianers/image and buildah, which
> are dependencies of libpod (podman), unnecessary hard. This is captured in
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/docker.io/+bug/1883978 - where
> I was pointed to this list.
> My question: Can we just sync over the docker.io package from debian? It
> seems to ship with a newer upstream version anyways.
> If not, what's the plan with docker.io in ubuntu? I may be able to
> convince my fellow maintainers in Debian to incorporate ubuntu local
> changes if that would be helpful. As a reminder, here are the changelog
> entries in ubuntu summarizing the changes:
> docker.io (19.03.11-0ubuntu1) groovy; urgency=medium
> * Update to 19.03.11 upstream release (CVE-2020-13401, LP: #1881679)
> * Apply wrap-and-sort
> * Move cgroupfs-mount to Suggests
> (esp. on Ubuntu where systemd is canonical)
> -- Tianon Gravi <tianon at debian.org> Mon, 01 Jun 2020 15:14:15 -0700
> docker.io (19.03.8-0ubuntu4) groovy; urgency=medium
> * Provide "image" and "oci" components in golang dev package,
> mirroring Debian to address libpod FTBFS
> -- Reinhard Tartler <siretart at tauware.de> Sat, 30 May 2020 11:56:59
> docker.io (19.03.8-0ubuntu3) groovy; urgency=medium
> * Provide the rootless component in golang dev package, mirroring Debian
> (addresses nomad FTBFS).
> -- Logan Rosen <logan at ubuntu.com> Tue, 26 May 2020 21:06:20 -0400
> docker.io (19.03.8-0ubuntu2) groovy; urgency=medium
> [ Jean-Baptiste Lallement ]
> [ Didier Roche ]
> * Fix use with ZFS on root:
> - docker creates one dataset for any layer of containers that were
> created. Create now a <pool>/var/lib/docker for creating them in
> the persistent namespace and migrate existing one here.
> - purge the automated historic that was created.
> The migration only impacts the ubuntu desktop installation with
> experimental ZFS on root, and we have thus to stop and start the daemon
> to migrate data. (LP: #1879473)
> -- Didier Roche <didrocks at ubuntu.com> Tue, 19 May 2020 11:01:22 +0200
> docker.io (19.03.8-0ubuntu1) focal; urgency=medium
> * Update to 19.03.8 upstream release (LP: #1867068)
> - Improve mitigation for CVE-2019-14271 for some nscd configuration.
> -- Tianon Gravi <tianon at debian.org> Wed, 11 Mar 2020 15:48:33 -0700
> Unfortunately, they are not broken out in a way that would make it easy
> for applying them to merge in Debian. I'd love to work with someone in the
> ubuntu server team on this.
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