Podman is a daemonless container engine for developing managing and running OCI Containers on your Linux System. In this article we will introduce podman and how to use it with a small application build using nodejs. The app will be very simple and clean. .
Podman command is the same as docker just type in your terminal alias dockerpodman if you have docker already installed.
Podman is installed by default in Fedora. But if you don8217t have it for any reason you can install it using the following command.
For fedora silverblue users podman is already installed in your OS. .
After installation run the hello world image to ensure everything is working.
If everything is working well you will see the following output in your terminal .
First we will create a folder webapp type the following command in your terminal .
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