A super slim root filesystem specifically designed to be used as a base image for application container images.
- Based on Debian GNU/Linux (why debian?).
- Runtime agnostic (use with Docker, CoreOS rkt, etc.).
- Built from scratch specifically for container usage.
- Smallest Debian based image as far as we know.
- Comfortable interactive terminal (colorized, promptpath).
- Convenience apt-clean script to clean cache and optionally docs/locales.
docker pull tklx/base:0.1.1 docker run -it tklx/base:0.1.1 /bin/bash
FROM tklx/base:0.1.1 RUN apt-get update && apt-get -y install PACKAGES && apt-clean --aggressive ENTRYPOINT ["something"]
Usage (CoreOS rkt)
rkt trust --prefix=tklx.org/base rkt fetch tklx.org/base:0.1.1 rkt run tklx.org/base:0.1.1 --interactive --exec /bin/bash
acbuild begin acbuild set-name example.com/test acbuild dep add tklx.org/base:0.1.1 acbuild run apt-get update && apt-get -y install PACKAGES && apt-clean --aggressive acbuild set-exec something acbuild write test-latest-linux-amd64.aci acbuild end
Currently on major version zero (0.y.z). Per Semantic Versioning, major version zero is for initial development, and should not be considered stable. Anything may change at any time.
Release files are available here.
Releases are based on Semantic Versioning, and use the format of
MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH. In a nutshell, the version will be incremented based on the following:
MAJOR: incompatible and/or major changes, upgraded OS release
MINOR: backwards-compatible new features and functionality
PATCH: backwards-compatible bugfixes and package updates
TKLX uses a central issue tracker on GitHub for reporting and tracking of bugs, issues and feature requests.
In case you're interested, TKLX is pronounced /tickle-ex/.
TKLX is a project by TurnKey GNU/Linux. TurnKey GNU/Linux is a Debian based library of system images that pre-integrates and polishes the best free software components into ready-to-use solutions.