I can personally recommend these instances as amazing places to make your online mastodon home:
There are definitely others, but these are the ones I really super strongly recommend, because I've watched them handle.a lot and they're amazing and professional and chill.
link to birdsite, +
And now GitLab. OH MAN does GitLab do some exciting things under the hood.
That would be:
1. The entrypoint
2. Called with "sh"
3. with a blob in argv to select a shell (???)
4. With a megablob to stdin to reset the envvars (that were already set), print the commands (colored), and actually execute the commands.
In order to get GitLab to do something non-bourne, you're going to need to do some serious string-detangling (lolsob) or fork gitlab runner (lolsob).
First of all, the boring:
Circle CI works just fine. It does ignore the container's entrypoint, but if you set the shell, it'll work great. https://circleci.com/gh/astronouth7303/circle-ci-test/4 has the details.
Tech transfemme. Code sorceress and ops witch. Also, shameless selfies.
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