Snappy Ubuntu Core is the perfect system for large-scale cloud container deployments, it is perfect for Docker deployments. It is a very nice, minimal and stripped down version of Ubuntu, specially designed to run securely on autonomous machines.
Arch Linux desktop installed on your system.
A non-root user account with sudo privilege set up on your system.
Before starting, you will need to update your system. You can update your system by running the following command:
sudo pacman -S update
Once your system is up-to-date, you can install LXC and other required components with the following command:
Now type : ubuntu, trusty, amd64 and wait until the proper image and root file system has been downloaded. Once the download is completed, your container will have been created, but it is not running.
Setting up Networking
Before proceed further thing, you need to configure networking.
You will need to setup a network bridge between the host and the container. You can setup network bridge using netctl utility. By default netctl is not installed on your system, so you need to install it first. You can install it by running the following command:
sudo pacman -S netctl
Next, you will need to create the file /etc/netctl/lxcbridge in order to setup network bridge.
Next, edit the /etc/default/lxc and change as shown below:
sudo nano /etc/default/lxc
# LXC_AUTO - whether or not to start containers at boot
# BOOTGROUPS - What groups should start on bootup?
# Comma separated list of groups.
# Leading comma, trailing comma or embedded double
# comma indicates when the NULL group should be run.
# Example (default): boot the onboot group first then the NULL group
# SHUTDOWNDELAY - Wait time for a container to shut down.
# Container shutdown can result in lengthy system
# shutdown times. Even 5 seconds per container can be
# too long.
# OPTIONS can be used for anything else.
# If you want to boot everything then
# options can be "-a" or "-a -A".
# STOPOPTS are stop options. The can be used for anything else to stop.
# If you want to kill containers fast, use -k
STOPOPTS="-a -A -s"
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