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buildah is a (daemon-free) container build utility

The Buildah package provides a command line tool that can be used to

* create a working container, either from scratch or using an image as a
starting point
* create an image, either from a working container or via the instructions in a
Dockerfile
* images can be built in either the OCI image format or the traditional
upstream docker image format
* mount a working container's root filesystem for manipulation
* unmount a working container's root filesystem
* use the updated contents of a container's root filesystem as a filesystem
layer to create a new image
* delete a working container or an image
* rename a local container

For examples, see:
* https://github.com/containers/buildah or /usr/doc/buildah-*/README.md
* man pages

non-root usage:

plenty of kernel recent kernel's support the user-namespace sub uid/gid
mapping. Only recent versions of shadow-utils will append a new mapping for
users when they are created. You may have to add a mapping for your user like
so:

```shell
echo "$YOURUSER:100000:65536" > /etc/subuid
echo "$YOURGROUP:100000:65536" > /etc/subgid
```

if you have more than one non-root user to add a mapping for, then their start
number (like `100000` above) would begin after 100000+65536.

This requires: runc, go-md2man

Maintained by: Vincent Batts
Keywords: container,build,image,Dockerfile
ChangeLog: buildah

Homepage:
https://github.com/containers/buildah

Source Downloads:
buildah-1.5.tar.gz (a1b38dcbab076e058e1098a84fde3c17)

Download SlackBuild:
buildah.tar.gz
buildah.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:
README
buildah.SlackBuild
buildah.info
slack-desc

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