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Old 20th February 2017, 05:12 AM
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Alternative to LXD for Fedora?

I want to start by saying I LOVE LXD a lot. So much so, that I want to get a similar alternative on Fedora/CentOS/OpenSUSE since I prefer the RPM side of Linux. I know there's LXC (since LXD is really just a glitter-packed and easy LXC as I understand), but I also realize LXC/LXD containers aren't all that portable, which is why Docker is neat. However, I don't see anywhere in the use of Docker where I can drop into a BASH shell and pretty much have the same functionality as my host machine as you would in LXD. I also prefer containers because they're lighter packages. Does something like this exist? I like the thought of Docker, but I don't see it offering as much granular control. I'm kinda newb to the container stuff too so pardon my ignorance in my question and if I'm misunderstanding things
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