Error: Could not find init script for 'puppet' - Puppet error

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I'm trying to install puppet agent in docker.

I've executed this

dpkg -i puppet5-release-xenial.deb
apt update
apt-get install puppet-agent
/opt/puppetlabs/bin/puppet resource service puppet ensure=running enable=true

I get the following error:

Error: Could not find init script for 'puppet'
Error: /Service[puppet]/ensure: change from 'stopped' to 'running' failed: Could not find init script for 'puppet'
service { 'puppet':
  ensure => 'stopped',
  enable => 'false',
Mar 12 in Puppet by Vismaya

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You need to be running your processes via an entrypoint or command option. systemd and other init processes are not installed by design. Basically, you should be running these commands through the container.

You are running it through the Bootstrap applications or maybe wrapper if I'm not wrong.
answered Mar 12 by Haider

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