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  1. Bioshock infinite game requires libcurl library in order to work on Steam. It seems like the library is missing within the container (or at least that is what I think, provided that it fails to start with error "Could not initialise libcurl". I have seen that for other games within Steam, if the game requires an external library, it does not bundle any version of it with the game and we discover at run time that something is missing. In the past, it was just a matter of installing the missing library, but I do not know what the recommended practice would be now in a containerized Steam world.
  2. I have a host that is running Ubuntu and LXD. I've installed a container from public image that is funtoo 1.3. I then did and upgrade to 1.4 for the new container I created. In /var/lib/portage/world there was one entry from the public image /sys-kernel/debian-sources-lts My question is, does a container need to have kernel sources installed? Since it's using the hosts kernel? I do understand that some packages may require kernel sources as dependency, but when the kernel is compiled it can not be installed. Is there a good 'best practices' on what do do with kernel sources within a container?
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