clean README

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Gilles Grandou 1 year ago
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@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ Quick HOWTO
$ runon debian9 grep ^PRETTY_NAME /etc/os-release
PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch)"
$ runon centos7 xclock
$ runon centos7 xclock
[xclock launched!]
@ -106,14 +106,14 @@ keeping:
* `-v` verbose output, this is really usefull when running new
containers for the first time, as the initial docker build can be
quite long (several minutes) especially with slow internet link.
If the command seems to be stalled, don't hesitate to interrupt it
(with `CTRL-C`) and to restart it with `-v`.
quite long (several minutes) especially with slow internet link.
If the command seems to be stalled, don't hesitate to interrupt it
(with `CTRL-C`) and to restart it with `-v`.
* `-u` forces the container image to be updated, useful if the
distribution has been updated and you want to use it. Otherwise,
if a container has been already built, it will be used directly
without doing any network access.
if a container has been already built, it will be used directly
without doing any network access.
* `-c <configfile>` uses a custom config file, useful to try new
distribution without breaking your running config.
@ -206,7 +206,7 @@ overriden in individual section.
* `dockerfile` the base content of dockerfile which will be used to
generate the running environment. There is usually no need to diverge
from the ones given in example.
from the ones given in example.
* `pkginstall` the dockerfile command used to install a package, likely
to be standard for all `deb` and `rpm` based distributions. In the
@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ overriden in individual section.
* `binds` the list of files and directories from the host system to
expose in the container system. you might want to add `/opt` or other
shared directories. See below for a description of `binds` entries
shared directories. See below for a description of `binds` entries
* `environment` the list of environment variables you want to pass or
set in the container system. See below for a description
@ -234,9 +234,9 @@ Some substitution happens upon reading the configuration:
Each `binds` line can have one of the following formats:
<hostpath>
<hostpath>:<mode>
<hostpath>:<containerpath>
<hostpath>:<containerpath>:<mode>
<hostpath>:<mode>
<hostpath>:<containerpath>
<hostpath>:<containerpath>:<mode>
with:
@ -258,5 +258,3 @@ Each line can have one of the following formats:
If no value is given, the host value is passed into the container.

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