As the title says, section 2.7 has information in it that is incorrect. it says this:
However, it does execute the commands. The following example was done in the RHALP lab space. It happens on my live system, too:
As can be seen, the commands do execute, and the output is returned. More involved commands, such as cat /etc/hosts or even a menu-driven one like tzselect, also work. What's missing is the prompt.
BTW: The point of using podman -t (--tty) without also using -i (--interactive) is well taken, but the student isn't told how to exit that scenario (it basically locks up the host's terminal session). I simply close the host's terminal session. Am I missing another way?