Problem in creating chroot for karmic
david.sugar at canonical.com
Wed Sep 2 21:47:20 BST 2009
I can confirm this indeed works. I have used it (and I have also used
schroot with it) recently to build a karmic root. I suspect he may
simply have caught the archive at a bad state. He will want to add
to the schroot.conf [karmic] section when he does use it to get the bind
mounts and some /etc stuff copied into the chroot. If on a amd64 and
doing a 32 bit chroot, all that is needed is adding personality=linux32
to the [karmic] as well. I think it is also good to add /dev to the
/etc/schroot/mount-defaults and maybe /etc/hostname to
Daniel Holbach wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 06.08.2009, 21:56 -0600 schrieb amachu:
>> I've updated the /etc/schroot/schroot.conf file with the following entry,
>> description=Ubuntu karmic
>> Now when I issue a command,
> I have never used schroot, so I can't comment on that.
>> $ sudo debootstrap --variant=buildd --arch i386 karmic /var/chroot/karmic
>> few packages mentioned below appear to have been corrupt in the repository.
>> was corrupt
>> W: Couldn't download package coreutils
> Is this still a problem or was it intermittent?
> Have a great day,
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