With this super cool merge we have ported the Atomic App to Debian GNU/Linux Docker Land!
So here is a little sightseeing I did last night… I was down in ARMv7 land, looking at a RPI2 (some call it Raspberry Pi 2 Model B). The ultimate goal is to run an OpenShift3 PaaS on a cluster of RPI2. Therefor I would like to install CentOS7 on 3 or 4 RPI2. The first step was pretty straight forward and simple: flash some CentOS image to a SD Card. J described that on the CentOS blog, no need for me to redo that work. Afterwards I disabled all repos but c7buildroot and c7pass1. ARMv7 support is not in the official mirrors, so all the repos that use the mirror script (like
/etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo) will fail!
So, what do we have… a
Linux rpi2-os-gw 3.18.14-v7+ #794 SMP PREEMPT Sun Jun 7 12:50:51 BST 2015 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux with
[root@rpi2-os-gw ~]# sestatus SELinux status: disabled
root@rpi2-os-gw ~]# yum search docker Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile Warning: No matches found for: docker No matches found [root@rpi2-os-gw ~]# yum search kubernetes Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile Warning: No matches found for: kubernetes No matches found [root@rpi2-os-gw ~]#
And… GO? No, no GO :(
In preparation of my current work assignment I have revisited Asciinurse and enabled here to produce PDF.
Asciinurse is my take to separate Asciidoctor and all it’s dependencies into a single docker container image. With Version 1.3.0 I have enabled her to produce themed PDF out of your asciidoc files, simply by running
docker run --rm -t -i -v $PWD:/data -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime b4mad/asciinurse asciidoctor-pdf -a pdf-style=rh-ra -v myfile.asciidoc
Looking at the command line,
-a pdf-style will do the magic trick for you, it selects the theme to be applied by asciidoctor-pdf.