Inject an Executable Script into a Container in Kubernetes

Often times you need to inject a configuration file into a container in Kubernetes. This is really easy to do using the ConfigMap resource. But once in a while you might need to inject an executable script into a container. There are any number of reasons why you might need to do so.

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