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Dan Čermák

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Contains the Live CD, JeOS, Vagrant boxes and possibly more.

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This project is where work on new versions for packages related to containers, like docker, runc, etc. is being done. This project contains the packages as well as the runtime dependencies. Thus, feel free to add this repo to your box and install the packages you are interested in.

Some build time dependencies are on other projects that we use on "build time", like go packages. If you are interested on knowing where each build dependency comes from, use "osc buildinfo".

Some packages here are automatically submitted to openSUSE:Factory.

Feel free to fork the packages here and send submit requests with patches/updates.

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This is the factory development project for Vagrant

Vagrant is a tool for building and distributing virtualized development
environments.

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This is a Vagrant plugin that adds a Libvirt provider to Vagrant, allowing
Vagrant to control and provision machines via the Libvirt toolkit.

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This Vagrant plugin adds synced folder support for mounting folders from the
Vagrant host into the Vagrant guest via SSHFS. In the default mode it does this
by executing the SSHFS client software within the guest, which creates an SSH
connection from the Vagrant guest back to the Vagrant host.

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Simple X11 terminal from the "suckless" project.

i3status is a small program (about 1500 SLOC) for generating a status bar for
i3bar, dzen2, xmobar or similar programs. It is designed to be very efficient
by issuing a very small number of system calls, as one generally wants to
update such a status line every second. This ensures that even under high load,
your status bar is updated correctly. Also, it saves a bit of energy by not
hogging your CPU as much as spawning the corresponding amount of shell commands
would.

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