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Short Description
a fork of radial/busyboxplus:git
Full Description

Dockerfiles for Busyboxplus Builders

This repository creates busybox images with full-chains from scratch using
Buildroot. They are part of the
Radial suite of images and tools and were compiled
to make use of the small size of Busybox, but still be very featureful.

The Base image includes:

  • System
    • Wide character support
  • Internet/networking
    • IPV4, IPV6

In addition to the above, this repository can build the following additional
flavors:

cURL

  • Curl (7.35.0)/libcurl (7.35.0), built with OpenSSL (1.0.1f, includes
    ca-certificates), zlib (1.2.8), and Libssh2 (1.4.3)
    • Protocols: dict file ftp ftps gopher http https imap imaps pop3 pop3s rtsp
      scp sftp smtp smtps telnet tftp
    • Features: IPv6 Largefile NTLM SSL libz TLS-SRP

Git

  • Curl (7.35.0)/libcurl (7.35.0), built with OpenSSL (1.0.1f, includes
    ca-certificates), zlib (1.2.8), and Libssh2 (1.4.3)
    • Protocols: dict file ftp ftps gopher http https imap imaps pop3 pop3s rtsp
      scp sftp smtp smtps telnet tftp
    • Features: IPv6 Largefile NTLM SSL libz TLS-SRP
    • Git requires cURL anyway for http/s support, so included the full build of
      it.
  • Git (1.8.3.5)
    • built with OpenSSL (1.0.1f, includes ca-certificates) and zlib (1.2.8)
    • Protocols: local, git, http, https, (no SSH)
      • This build is made for importing repositories securely, so the above
        protocols will work for git clone and git fetch for example but
        will be lacking if you attempt a standard workflow (cannot push new
        commits securly to remote server).
    • This is a bare minimum package made to support all the core git functions
      as found in git --help. All other tools and extras found in the git
      suite have been stripped out to keep the image size to a minimum.
      Additional git features such as the server backends, cvs and shell login,
      svn support, and some others can be easily added back in at a cost of
      about 0.5 - 1mb of image size per item. Feel free to reach out with
      requests for custom git builds if it suites your workflow.

My goal was to make lightweight busybox-based volume-containers solely for
managing the configuration for other containers that actually run the
application, or "Axle" containers. The configuration containers, or "Hub"
containers, have the ability to access other containers/servers/web-locations to
grab and update that configuration using these various cannonical tools. The
possibilities are pretty extensive!

Build

The included run.sh should do everything for you, but the steps are as
follows:

  • sudo -i so you don't have to babysit your sudo password timeout throughout
    all the steps (building can take ~30-60 minutes depending on which flavor).
  • run script and select your flavor build: ./run.sh curl
  • the script selects the /tarmaker of your choice and the Dockerfile compiles
    the busybox image inside it's own docker container,
  • the resulting image is run so that we can
  • use docker cp to move the rootfs.tar into the flavor directory,
  • then the tar is verified and imported

Credits

Much thanks to:

Docker Pull Command
Owner
0xff
Source Repository

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