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# At host level.
apt-get install lxd
# Setup LXD to use default ext4 backing stores, as ZFS + BTRFS will have you pulling your hair out in no time.
lxd init --auto --storage-backend dir
# Setup networking to all containers. Change eth0 to some public interface.
lxc network create lxdbr0
lxc network attach-profile lxdbr0 default eth0
# Route any packets arrive to some $container-ip
route add -host $container-ip gw $your-gateway-address
# Create a container
lxc init ubuntu:zesty/amd64 zesty-openms
# Change IP in newly created container to $container-ip
# Change interfaces to something like this
iface lo inet loopback
# DHCP container to host connector
iface eth0 inet dhcp
# Public IP
iface eth0:1 inet static
# Start container + Access container
lxc start zesty-openms
lxc exec zesty-openms bash
# At this point you're inside the container + can just install the .deb package + all dependencies should also install.
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