Init the distrobox (not to be launched manually)
distrobox-init is the entrypoint of a created distrobox. Note that this HAS to run from inside a distrobox, will not work if you run it from your host.
This is not intended to be used manually, but instead used by distrobox-create to set up the container’s entrypoint.
distrobox-init will take care of installing missing dependencies (eg. sudo), set up the user and groups, mount directories from the host to ensure the tight integration.
--name/-n: user name --user/-u: uid of the user --group/-g: gid of the user --home/-d: path/to/home of the user --help/-h: show this message --additional-packages: packages to install in addition --init/-I: whether to use or not init --pre-init-hooks: commands to execute prior to init --nvidia: try to integrate host's nVidia drivers in the guest --upgrade/-U: run init in upgrade mode --verbose/-v: show more verbosity --version/-V: show version --: end arguments execute the rest as command to execute during init
distrobox-init --name test-user --user 1000 --group 1000 --home /home/test-user distrobox-init --upgrade