LibreELEC Krypton/Leia/Agile 64bit kernel 32bit libs
(02-09-2018, 07:03 AM)Raybuntu Wrote:
(02-08-2018, 09:48 AM)Trash_Can_Man Wrote: Im planning to move my actual build to a librelec build with dockers (im actually using an ubuntu minimal with dockers) because i would also like to use the box as a tv box, in my actual build in the base system i only have installed webmin, docker, samba and mc (mostly to do stuff over ssh easily), would i be able to use these apps or any of them have any special restriction in comparison to using them on an ubuntu minimal? (mostly my guess is that both mc and docker work without problems, but what about webmin and samba?)
Second question, i usually prefer to keep config and data files on the external hdd, most dockers allow to move config and data files, but i prefer to move also the docker images and containers outside, to do this the prefered docker method is to create a file:
systemctl stop docker
sudo nano /etc/docker/daemon.json
with only this:
 "graph": "/shared/config/docker"
where "shared/config/docker" is my prefered place (its a symlink to the external hdd, im guessing that symlinks also work without issues, right?). After a system or service restart docker stores his stuff on that folder. Would i be able to set it this way on your librelec image?

BTW this would be on a rock64 4gb

TLDR: can i use samba, symlinks, webmin, mc and can i move the docker files using your libreelec distro?

PS: also, what version of docker images should i use with this build? armhf or aarch64/arm64?

We have a full samba in LibreELEC.[]=samba

We also have Docker (currently 17.10) as an Addon available in the Repo. I'm maintaining the docker addon in LibreELEC. In LE you can't edit anything in /etc.. Normally we move every important config to /storage/. In case of docker addon. Everything is under "/storage/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/service.system.docker".
You can use either armhf or aarch64/arm64 both arch's work.

mc is availabe in the system-tools addon which can be installed from the repo through kodi too.

I don't think we have webmin. This would probably require a LAMP server addon. I think LibreELEC Developer vpeter made a LAMP addon but I'm not sure it's still maintained.

Ok i can live without webmin, i can do the same mostly by hand or with mc, and about the docker part i did some fast research now and that folder is editable and accesable (these 2 words even exist in english? its not my main language sorry) even externally thru a samba share, right? i think there was an alternative method to move the docker storage editing the service so maybe i can do what i want that way...

Back to webmin in the oficial install guide it asks for perl and python, it says nothing about apache nor LAMP: anyway this is just a comment and i can live without it...

Last question, how stable is this build? enough for everyday home usage? im not going to hammer it heavily, i would only use some dockers using on average 20-30% memory and cpu thru the day and 1-2 hours of 1080p videos at night/weekends...

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RE: LibreELEC Krypton/Leia/Agile 64bit kernel 32bit libs - by Trash_Can_Man - 02-09-2018, 07:53 AM

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