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NAME

       adt-build-lxd - Create or update autopkgtest container for adt-virt-lxd

SYNOPSIS

       adt-build-lxd image

DESCRIPTION

       adt-build-lxd  creates  or  updates  an LXD image which is optimized for autopkgtest's LXD
       runner adt-virt-lxd(1).

       It builds a temporary container from an existing given image, runs autopkgtest's  standard
       setup-commands/setup-testbed  script,  and publishes it as a new image with the alias adt-
       distro-release-architecture.

       You can specify an apt proxy to use in the container  in  the  $ADT_APT_PROXY  environment
       variable.  If apt-cacher-ng is running on the local host, the container will automatically
       use this (i. e. use the IP from the lxcbr0 interface, or whichever interface is configured
       in /etc/lxc/default.conf) otherwise there is no default.

EXAMPLE

       Build  a  local autopkgtest container image for Debian sid i386, based on the stock Debian
       image from the public images.linuxcontainers.org remote:

       $ adt-build-lxd images:debian/sid/i386

SEE ALSO

       adt-virt-lxd(1), adt-run(1), lxc(1), /usr/share/doc/autopkgtest/.

AUTHORS AND COPYRIGHT

       adt-build-lxd was written by Martin Pitt <martin.pitt@ubuntu.com>

       This manpage  is  part  of  autopkgtest,  a  tool  for  testing  Debian  binary  packages.
       autopkgtest is Copyright (C) 2006-2015 Canonical Ltd and others.

       See  /usr/share/doc/autopkgtest/CREDITS  for  the  list  of  contributors and full copying
       conditions.