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Re: [atomic-devel] moby-engine for centos/epel

    Yeah, we will not port to RHEL (no ans at all), but to get moby-engine working on CentOS should be just stealing the Fedora spec file and doing a little work...

On Mon, May 6, 2019, 10:57 AM Neal Gompa <ngompa13 gmail com> wrote:
On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 4:52 AM Scott McCarty <smccarty redhat com> wrote:
> Muayyad & Neal,
>     That makes perfect sense. Thank you for the feedback. It might sound crazy but I am keeping a list of every use case I can find and tracking our progress with podman.
> All of these use cases make sense (and I plan on tracking them in my list when I get back to a computer). If I were to surmise, it sounds like many people need some time to migrate certain use cases which have Docker specific requirements. Hence, having the option of moby-engine around would make that more convenient.
> Sounds like there are two short term goals:
> 1. Update podman in CentOS. I have to dig into this to see if it is tracking g the version in RHEL properly.
> 2. Add moby-engine to CentOS. This one might be interesting for for the same reason, but admittedly it would be hard for me to push to dedicate Red Hat people's time to package it. We would love a volunteer ;-)
> So much work and so little time. I wish I could just knock out all of these use cases out on a weekend, but a 19 month old has put a dent in my free time :-)

The old patches for making docker work with RHEL entitlements would
need to be ported, though.

SUSE has a variation of these patches for their docker package[1],
maybe these could help with moby-engine?

[1]: https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/Virtualization:containers/docker

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