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Thread: Docker 42.3 image

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    Default Docker 42.3 image

    I'd like to pull from Dockerhub an image of an Opensuse 42., but from what I understand it's not available anymore...
    The site loeads to this page :

    butI don't know if this give me an image for Docker...
    Is there a way to have what I want ?

    Thank in advance !

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    Default Re: Docker 42.3 image

    And from that page, it leads here :
    and so

    After a try, it seems to be the image I was looking you think it's the good choice ?

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    Default Re: Docker 42.3 image

    I always use Dockerhub to access images, particularly since it's fully integrated into docker tools for downloading.

    For instance from the dockerhub home page you can do a search for openSUSE

    And get the following page

    Where you'll find the following image which I'd recommend

    That's a good point that openSUSE containers on dockerhub automatically default to latest current stable... I don't think that even official 15.0 images are available. A case can be made that 42.3 is no longer supported, so should not be available anymore.

    In any case, it's pretty easy for just about anyone to make a private (not officially openSUSE) image of anything, so a 42.3 container can be created if there is reason and demand for such a thing.

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    Default Re: Docker 42.3 image

    Great, thank you very much for the yastdevel package, i didn't see it.

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