While debugging issues in Kubernetes, there are times when I need to install a pod, exec into it and poke around the cluster. This can be done pretty easily with a command like
kubectl run my-shell --rm -i --tty --image ubuntu -- bash.
However, ubuntu doesn't come out of the box with even basic tooling like
nmap. Typically the problems I'm solving are network-related so I end up installing those a lot.
Is there a distribution I can use instead that is basically
ubuntu + commonly used tooling?