Statically linked binaries are built as part of CI for tags, and can be copied directly onto your system.
Write a basic configuration file, and name it
image: debian:latest init: - echo "Welcome to your first floki container!"
In the same directory, run
A container will launch with the working directory mounted, and the container shell located there.
Using a different configuration file
You can use a different configuration file with
floki by telling it to use a different file from the command line. For example, if you have another configuration in
config.yaml, you can run
floki -c config.yaml