Hey! Listen! This post is part of a series on my journey into K3s. Check them all out!
I’m starting a new job in the next few days that will require me to learn Kubernetes (often stylized as k8s). This post is not about what k8s is or why you want it (you can read about that here). My only objective for now is to have a single-node k8s cluster running in my homelab.
These commands should be entered on the machine that will interact with your K3s cluster. In my case, this is a desktop running Arch Linux.