Installing/Compiling a native/snap/etc. 32bit version of kubernetes.
Kubernetes version: ??? (Obviously I can’t put a version, because I’ve haven’t found one that works)
Cloud being used: bare-metal
Installation method: Any available.
Host OS: Centos 7 or Ubuntu 18.04
CNI and version: ??? (same as the kubernetes version)
CRI and version: ??? (same as above)
Hi, everyone, I’m trying to build a home cluster with a few old laptops (2-4GB Ram, 250GB SataSSD, 32bit CPUs) and a small server (8GB Ram, i3 (oviously 64 bit)).
My problem is … I cannot find guides, resources, or anything to install a 32bit version of kubernetes (I have git & docker 32 bit, installed without an issue). If you could point me on the right direction that is ok. I’ve found a YUM “repo?”(I’m not sure what that place is for sure), that had a location for both YUM i386 something and APT i386 something, but I don’t know what they are (packages with binaries, or source code, or just files with info, urls,etc (like a manifest file, or something).
Could somebody give me a hand? (I’m not very experienced with compiling from source, tbh).
Thanks guys, any help would be greatly appreciated.
(I’ve been googling for a week, during my off times, but nothing … nada. I was so desperate that I was willing to use a snap, lol. Or even salt).