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Can the Linux base images for Docker containers be used in environments other than Docker?

is it true that there isn't a kernel included in Docker base images of Linux like Debian or Alpine? That's typically true. As your reference to alpine shows, they are based on the mini root ...
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How to downgrade the kernel in Alpine Linux (in Docker)?

You're misunderstanding what a container is: It's your Linux kernel giving a process (and all of its children) a different view on filesystem, users, network, IPC,…. But it's not a separate kernel! So,...
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KASAN config in 32 bits architecture?

As the documentation says: Currently KASAN is supported only for the x86_64 and arm64 architectures.
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Defining console port in ARM kernel image

I was able to solve my problem by using the correct dtb file, as this has the correct port binding information in it, and making some changes to the extlinux.conf file
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annoying clocksource alert/warning in bash prompt periodically

These are logs from the kernel which default to being displayed on the console (/dev/console) which most probably matches the tty terminal you used for login in. This is of course usually suboptimal ...
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Can the Linux base images for Docker containers be used in environments other than Docker?

is it true that there isn't a kernel included in Docker base images of Linux like Debian or Alpine? Yes; these are containers, i.e. they rely on the operating system kernel to do everything. A kernel ...
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