##Docker image usage
Busybox includes a small (but very useful) set of commands. When you need just a little bit of extra oomph from another program, you can copy in a binary file and its dependencies and run that program. Busyboxed takes a
.tar.gz file with the appropriate structure and runs it in a busybox image.
For example, if you need
socat for busybox and have
socat.tar.gz produced by busyboxer, run
docker run -t -i --rm -v `pwd`:/vapr/build:ro sojournlabs/busyboxed socat
busyboxer command_name [from_package]
where command_name is the name of the command to be packaged and from_package is the package that provides command_name in Debian, where applicable.
To run the
.tar.gz file produced with busyboxed using the dockertools wrapper, run
busyboxed command_name arg1 arg2 ... argn
That's all! For more details on usage, look at the dockertools wrapper source or in the Dockerfiles for busyboxer and busyboxed.