Salt Stack on RancherOS

Dear RancherOS community,

I need some guidance using RancherOS here, I have installed it and still playing around, looks much better to run containers than a full Linux installation.
Today I’m using Docker with CentOS, I have a bunch of containers on each machine and I use Salt to manage the docker host.
My containers are just empty shells, example: they have a Jboss installed and that’s all. All the configuration files and packages are outside(on docker host) of the container and I mount it using -v option from Docker. Salt keep my packages updated, how I can make that with RancherOS, it’s possible to install Salt on it or how I could achieve the same using RancherOS?

Best Regards,

Danilo F. Chilene

Hi everyone,

Answering my own question, I just enabled the service ubuntu-console with the command ros service enable ubuntu-console and I was able to install Salt.

Glad to hear that you were able to figure it out!

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