Thought I'd put this out there in case anybody else runs into it. If you follow along with the instructor in chapter 3, you'll get to about 10:30 in the video and notice that the podman image inspect command will not run as it does in the video:
[student@workstation ~]$ podman image inspect quay.io/rdacosta/my_httpd:latest
Error: inspecting object: quay.io/rdacosta/my_httpd: image not known
What you have to do is pull the image before you can inspect it:
[student@workstation ~]$ podman image pull quay.io/rdacosta/my_httpd:latest
I don't actually know if you need to create or raise an issue for this. You are supposed to replace the QUAY_USER with your user. The instructor Ricardo is using his QUAY account and user and students should be using theirs. So, technically, in the demo he is using
but students should be replacing their user in the example. Because we all have public unlocked repositories, it is possible for students to download Ricardo's image. If he ever deletes it, they won't even be able to perform a podman pull.
@Travis The issue highlighted here is that in the video of ch03s01 - around 10:18 timestamp - instructor uses podman inspect command on the image my_httpd directly without showing that the image has to be available locally to do the podman inspect step.
So, any learner who is doing the podman inspect directly will get the error what @mairin is getting. The image has to be pulled first ( It can be any image - quay.io/learner/image ).
I think to inspect an image remotely - we need to use skopeo inspect