so you don't have a package on launchpad then?
We do not, no. That doesn't mean there isn't one, but it wasn't actually created, nor is it actually maintained, by Nanobox ourselves.
and honestly, you don't have to support all distrosbecause there's no way in hell you're supporting alpineor nixos or any of those other relatively esoteric distrosor probably even more mainstream metadistros like gentoobut if you're building a binary... you should be shipping it downstream to the distros to help promote your product
I did misspeak somewhat, yes. I meant to say repos for all distros we support.
/me points at mysql as an example
even if it's just ppa/launchpadi'm a sysadmin/devops guywhen i build binaries for things.... i build for everything i possibly can... and then i make it available in a way that can be updated by the user in their normal workflowso if i need to push a fix to a breaking change, everybody gets it at onceinstead of having to manually (i presume) update
As I've said, support for installation via distro repos is coming at some point. We aren't there, yet, though. At the moment, users download from our website for the initial install, then run nanobox-update to install new versions after that.
fair enougha bit sketch for some
Unfortunately, the version you have at the moment doesn't have a recent enough nanobox-update to grab the correct version.
it's ok, i uninstalled it and installed a version that's apparently up to date (but unversioned)
nanobox version will provide a version number and a revision hash.
lolragnar:~/nanobox/nanobox-phoenix$ nanobox versionUsing nanobox with docker-machine requires tools that appear to not be available on your system.netfsView these requirements at docs.nanobox.io/install/requirements/docker-machine/ignore that... but ya...it's not an error/complaintdidn't have nfsd up
I'm not sure why it's checking that the system is working properly for the version command... That is silly.
if nobody's said it to you recently, systemd is cancer
I know. I don't decide what the (other) major distros are using, sadly.What init system is Arch using?
systemd.a very very very strong part of me wants to wipe the box and install alpinethe non-musl variant is supposedly pretty usable
argh.i wish arch wouldn't do thisi need to reboot.when you upgrade a kernel, they don't delete your old /lib/modules on next bootso.... my auth_rpcgss.ko.gz is missing so no luck for me and nanobox immediately
I strongly suspect that systemd won't be a problem much longer, but it's hard to say what sort of time period "much longer" looks like, or how systemd will stop being a problem. I believe we'll be (restoring?) support for other init systems soon, but I will note that we don't use systemd inside containers - for that we use runit instead.Er. *adding (restoring?) support
oh, this is system-leveltrying to setup nfs