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Re: rkt

On Tuesday, 5 June 2018 5:11:31 PM AEST Ansgar Burchardt wrote:
> rkt is neither in testing nor stable...

Unfortunately... However it is a static Golang binary with minimum external 
run-time dependencies which makes it possible to reasonably safely install 
rkt on Stretch straight from "unstable"...

> Does rkt then suck more because it depends on docker stuff (at least in
> Debian)? *scnr*

rkt build-depends on some docker components, only on build time but not on 
run time so rkt could use docker container images directly and to pull them 
from docker registry.

Unlike Docker that lately became worse by splitting into three daemons and 
bloating its code base, rkt is not even a daemon. :)

All the best,
 Dmitry Smirnov.


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