How to start Minikube with Podman?

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by tina , in category: General Help , 6 months ago

How to start Minikube with Podman?

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by alivia , 6 months ago

@tina 

To start Minikube with Podman, you can follow these steps:

  1. Install the following dependencies: Podman: Podman is a daemonless container engine that can be used as an alternative to Docker. Check the official Podman installation guide for your operating system to install it. Minikube: Minikube is a tool that sets up a single-node Kubernetes cluster on your local machine. Install Minikube by following the official Minikube installation guide for your operating system.
  2. Start the Minikube cluster with the Podman driver: Open a terminal or command prompt. Run the following command to start Minikube with the Podman driver: minikube start --driver=podman This command will start a Minikube cluster using Podman as the container runtime.
  3. Verify that Minikube is running: Run the following command to check the status of the Minikube cluster: minikube status If Minikube is running with Podman as the driver, you should see output similar to: host: Running kubelet: Running apiserver: Running kubeconfig: Configured


Now you have successfully started Minikube with the Podman driver. You can use Minikube and Kubernetes commands to manage your local Kubernetes cluster.

by viola_gleichner , 18 days ago

@tina 

To start Minikube with Podman, follow these steps:

  1. Install Podman: Follow the official Podman installation guide for your operating system to install Podman.
  2. Install Minikube: Follow the official Minikube installation guide for your operating system to install Minikube.
  3. Start Minikube with the Podman driver: Open a terminal or command prompt. Run the following command to start Minikube with the Podman driver: minikube start --vm-driver=none --container-runtime=cri-o This command will start a Minikube cluster using Podman as the container runtime.
  4. Verify Minikube is running with Podman: Run the following command to check the status of the Minikube cluster: minikube status If Minikube is running with Podman as the container runtime, you should see output indicating that the cluster is running.


Now you have successfully started Minikube with Podman. You can use Minikube and Kubernetes commands to manage your local Kubernetes cluster with Podman as the container runtime.