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toolbox-enter

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NAME

toolbox-enter - Enter a toolbox container for interactive use

 

SYNOPSIS

toolbox enter [--container NAME | -c NAME]
              [--release RELEASE | -r RELEASE]

 

DESCRIPTION

Spawns an interactive shell inside a toolbox container. The container shouldhave been created using the toolbox create command. If there aren't anycontainers, toolbox enter will offer to create one for you. When invoked withthe default parameters, and if there's only one container available, it willfall back to it, even if it doesn't match the default name.

A toolbox container is an OCI container. Therefore, toolbox enter isanalogous to a podman start followed by a podman exec.

On Fedora the toolbox containers are tagged with the version of the OS thatcorresponds to the content inside them. Their names are prefixed with the nameof the base image and suffixed with the current user name.

 

OPTIONS

The following options are understood:

--container NAME, -c NAME

Enter a toolbox container with the given NAME. This is useful when there aremultiple toolbox containers created from the same base image, or entirelycustomized containers created from custom-built base images.

--release RELEASE, -r RELEASE

Enter a toolbox container for a different operating system RELEASE than thehost.

 

EXAMPLES

 

Enter a toolbox container using the default image matching the host OS

$ toolbox enter

 

Enter a toolbox container using the default image for Fedora 30

$ toolbox enter --release f30

 

Enter a custom toolbox container using a custom image

$ toolbox enter --container foo

 

SEE ALSO

buildah(1), podman(1), podman-exec(1), podman-start(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
EXAMPLES
Enter a toolbox container using the default image matching the host OS
Enter a toolbox container using the default image for Fedora 30
Enter a custom toolbox container using a custom image
SEE ALSO

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