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howtos:misc:lxc [2018/09/15 20:49 (UTC)]
montagdude [Setting up a Network Bridge] Clarifications on configuring lxc-net
howtos:misc:lxc [2018/09/15 20:54 (UTC)]
montagdude [Network] Clarify that lxcpath is a variable
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-When lxc-create is executed, the container will be created at lxcpath/container_name, and slackpkg will download and install the packages needed for a minimal install. The mirror will also be appended to /etc/slackpkg/mirrors.+When lxc-create is executed, the container will be created at $lxcpath/container_name, and slackpkg will download and install the packages needed for a minimal install. The mirror will also be appended to /etc/slackpkg/mirrors.
  
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-The minimal Slackware installation set up by lxc-create does not have a lot of choice in editors, but //vi// (symlink to //elvis//) is available. If that's not your cup of tea, you can always edit the container's config files from the host using whichever editor you prefer. The container's entire filesystem is at lxcpath/container_name/rootfs.+The minimal Slackware installation set up by lxc-create does not have a lot of choice in editors, but //vi// (symlink to //elvis//) is available. If that's not your cup of tea, you can always edit the container's config files from the host using whichever editor you prefer. The container's entire filesystem is at $lxcpath/container_name/rootfs.
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