As I got tired of using ubuntu images with docker, I built ones for Salix. You may consider them "official" .
I built two different ones, each for the two different architectures, 32-bit and 64-bit. You may find them in the following links:
https://hub.docker.com/repository/docke ... os/salix64
Source files are on github:
It's a very minimal installation, only just enough to run slapt-get. I guess you can use them to build more complicated docker images for any software you want. They could also be very helpful with package building, since they readily provide a disposable clean installation that is very fast to deploy. The only thing you need is having docker installed and you could do that from any distribution.
The mini-root filesystem was created with this script:
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