chroot fails into kubuntu system
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Fri Aug 28 03:05:40 UTC 2015
I am trying to chroot into an installed Kubuntu system. Version is 15.10,
just before the beta. I have tried both from Kubuntu Live DVD (that
installed the system) and from OpenSUSE 13.2 installation.
I get the error:
chroot: failed to run command ‘/bin/bash’: Permission denied
Actually any command executed by way of the chroot will fail:
chroot: failed to run command ‘/bin/true’: Permission denied
The volume is mounted without any noexec or user:
/dev/mapper/linux-kubuntu on /mounts/kubuntu type ext3
I can chroot fine into the OpenSUSE installation, even from the Kubuntu
Live DVD. The mount is a thin-provisioned volume. That is the reason I
need to chroot into it, because Kubuntu won't start.
For a test I am copying the installation to another partition outside of
any LVM. It is a primary partition. The same problem, so it can't be
related to LVM or thin.
What is the problem here? Why can't I chroot into that Kubuntu install?.
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