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  • Karton 1.0 Released For Running Linux Programs on macOS & Other Distros/Architectures

    Phoronix: Karton 1.0 Released For Running Linux Programs on macOS & Other Distros/Architectures

    Karton is a Docker-based solution for running Linux programs on macOS or other Linux distributions as well as different architectures...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...n-1.0-Released

  • #2
    The macOS bit is neat. Brings nothing new to the table for Linux-only people AFAICT?

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    • #3
      I'm looking forward to trying this out. Currently, I use SSH to connect to a Linux machine, which has several disadvantages like having to use network shares. I've been able to run some applications on my Mac machine using brew, but when I tried to install Noah (https://github.com/linux-noah/noah) it failed miserably. This might just be the much needed Linux command line I miss when working on my Mac.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SWY1985 View Post
        I'm looking forward to trying this out. Currently, I use SSH to connect to a Linux machine, which has several disadvantages like having to use network shares. I've been able to run some applications on my Mac machine using brew, but when I tried to install Noah (https://github.com/linux-noah/noah) it failed miserably. This might just be the much needed Linux command line I miss when working on my Mac.
        Have you considered installing Homebrew?

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        • #5
          Like I said in my post: I use (home)brew and it allows me to run some tools, but I'd really like an actual Linux environment on my Mac and this seems to come pretty close.

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