NAME

bootc - Deploy and transactionally in-place with bootable container images

SYNOPSIS

bootc [-h|--help] [-V|--version] <subcommands>

DESCRIPTION

Deploy and transactionally in-place with bootable container images.

The `bootc` project currently uses ostree-containers as a backend to support a model of bootable container images. Once installed, whether directly via `bootc install` (executed as part of a container) or via another mechanism such as an OS installer tool, further updates can be pulled and `bootc upgrade`.

OPTIONS

-h, --help

: Print help (see a summary with -h)

-V, --version

: Print version

SUBCOMMANDS

bootc-upgrade(8)

: Download and queue an updated container image to apply

bootc-switch(8)

: Target a new container image reference to boot

bootc-rollback(8)

: Change the bootloader entry ordering; the deployment under `rollback` will be queued for the next boot, and the current will become rollback. If there is a `staged` entry (an unapplied, queued upgrade) then it will be discarded

bootc-edit(8)

: Apply full changes to the host specification

bootc-status(8)

: Display status

bootc-usr-overlay(8)

: Adds a transient writable overlayfs on `/usr` that will be discarded on reboot

bootc-install(8)

: Install the running container to a target

bootc-help(8)

: Print this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)

VERSION

v0.1.11