Baseimage-docker 0.9.19 released, based on Ubuntu 16.04

Baseimage-docker is a special Docker image that is configured for correct use within Docker containers. It is Ubuntu, plus modifications for Docker-friendliness. You can use it as a base for your own Docker images. Learn more at the Github repository and the website, which explain in detail what the problems are with the stock Ubuntu base image, and why you should use baseimage-docker.

Changes in this release

This is a long-awaited release by users: Baseimage-docker is now based on Ubuntu 16.04!

The full changelog is as follows:

  • Upgraded to Ubuntu 16.04. Thanks to Pierre Jacomet for submitting this patch.
  • During shutdown, repeatedly tell Runit to shutdown services in order to workaround a potential race condition in Runit itself. Closes GH-315. Thanks to Chris Kite for submitting this patch.
  • Fixed a problem in PAM which may cause chpasswd and related tools to fail. This is caused by Docker bug 6345 which is already closed, but for some reason the problem still persists. Closes GH-181. Thanks to Michael Zedeler for submitting the patch.
  • Fixed the syslog-ng logrotate script to correctly restart the syslog-to-Docker-logs forwarder. Closes GH-292. Thanks to Ernestas Lukoševičius for submitting the patch.

Using baseimage-docker

Please learn more at the README.

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