sid chroots on io and asdfasdf currently broken
after a dist-upgrade inside io's sid chroot, something has been
upgraded which now causes dchroot'ing into the sid chroot causes
o:~# dchroot sid /bin/true
io:~# dchroot sid
The same happens on asdfasdf, just with a bus error instead of a
asdfasdf:~# dchroot sid /bin/true
asdfasdf:~# dchroot sid
Ah normal (but root only) "chroot /srv/chroot/sid" works on both
machines, so we can at least fix it from the inside as soon as we know
what caused it and how to fix it.
One of the things which happened during that dist-upgrade was the
upgrade of libc* from 2.11.2-13 to 2.13-2:
Preparing to replace libc0.1 2.11.2-13 (using .../libc0.1_2.13-2_kfreebsd-i386.deb) ...
Anyone knows if that's the culprit? Due to the fact that currently
everything behind "dchroot sid" segfaults or bus errors, I strongly
suspect something central like libc0.1.
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