Release Notes for .NET 7.0 containers
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Chapter 1. New features
The Release Notes for .NET 7.0 containers is an extension of the Release Notes for .NET 7.0 RPM packages. See Release Notes for .NET 7.0 RPM packages for information about known issues, the operating system architecture, privacy, and support.
Chapter 2. Known issues
dnfcommand is not available.
To reduce image size, .NET 7.0 container images use the
ubi-minimalbase image instead of the ubi base image. The
ubi-minimalimage uses the
microdnfcommand as its package manager instead of the
If your Dockerfiles/Containerfiles use the
dnfcommand, you must change them to use the
For more information about the
microdnfcommand, see the
See Known Issues in the .NET 7.0 Release Notes for .NET 7.0 RPM packages for a list of known issues and workarounds for RPMs.