Re: installing chroot environment
On Wed, 24 Oct 2001 20:52:41 -0700
ivan <email@example.com> wrote:
Thanks for the response. I actually have Debian installed on my main pc so
I have a pretty good idea what we are shooting for. I meant whether or not
we would use the chroot environment under the debian system, but as you
suggested using a BSD system would be better. I have FreeBSD on my laptop
but will probably use vmware for NetBSD and use that for working on this.
I think having various environments in a central location would be a good
idea as well. Any other thoughs on this?
Look forward to helping out
> On Wed, Oct 24, 2001 at 07:52:58PM -0700, Santiago Canez wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > After being on this list for a while, I am finally going to start
> > some work myself. So my question is, how would I go about installing
> > of the working chroot environements and where can I find some?
> I suggest having the BSD os you're interested in working on running,
> a Debian chroot inside. I have a NetBSD system running in vmware with a
> Debian chroot inside. Another box would work also.
> I think it would be great at this point to make the various chroot
> environments available in a central location for folks to play with and
> contribute to. I can help setup debian FTP space and CVS.
> > Do I need a working Debian system to start or what?
> Seems like it would help let you know what you're shooting for.
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