LXC provides a toolset that makes it quite easy and convenient to build, start, and manipulate containers. Using the included templates and configuration files further simplifies this process. In this chapter, we saw practical examples on how to install, configure, and start LXC on Ubuntu and CentOS distributions. You learned how to create container root filesystems and how to write simple configuration files.
In the next chapter, we'll have a look at how to configure system resources in LXC and explore alternative ways of working with LXC, by utilizing the
libvrit toolkit and libraries.