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Link containers on cockpit

I think this is a pretty common scenario, but I don't seem to find a solution. Given: 1. A container with an application that requires a database, 2. A database container; I need to link those containers so the application uses the database.

I have fedora server, and using cockpit for managing images/containers is really straightforward, but I can't link containers (or even set environment variables).

Is there something I'm missing? I have to install Kubernetes for this?

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