Re: multistrap page
My version of multistrap seems to ignore the debootstrap option.
multistrap just uses the last settings in the config file.
$ dpkg -l "emdebian*"
|/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err:
||/ Name Version Description
ii emdebian-archi 1.9.0 GnuPG archive keys for the emdebian
ii emdebian-build 1.9.0 emdebian crossbuilding support
ii emdebian-grip 1.9.1 support for the Grip flavour of Emdebian
ii emdebian-qa 1.9.0 emdebian quality assurance support
ii emdebian-rootf 1.9.0 emdebian root filesystem support
ii emdebian-tdeb 1.9.1 transition package for TDeb handling
ii emdebian-tools 1.9.0 emdebian crossbuilding tool set
Brendan Simon wrote:
> Currently stuck with not finding emdebian-archive-keyring
> Last part of errors is:
> install emdebian-archive-keyring debian-archive-keyring
> Reading package lists... Done
> Building dependency tree... Done
> E: Couldn't find package emdebian-archive-keyring
> apt download failed. Exit value: 100
> I'm using the [Grip] debootstrap section as specified in the man page.
> Brendan Simon wrote:
>> An example usage. I did use it before some time ago as a test, but
>> can't seem to work out the what I did <blush>
>> I'm currently trying:
>> $ fakeroot -- /usr/sbin/multistrap -f simple-nocleanup.multistrap.cfg
>> Error is:
>> E: Could not open lock file
>> ~/emdebian/multistrap-nocleanup/var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (2 No such
>> file or directory)
>> E: Unable to lock the list directory
>> Cannot open ~/emdebian/multistrap-nocleanup/var/lib/apt/lists/
>> directory. No such file or directory
>> I figured it out. The 'directory' option can not have the tilde
>> expansion in the path. It appears the directory must be absolute.
>> Maybe relative paths are legal too, but common expansions don't seem to
>> be expanded. A man page update me thinks :)
>> Cheers, Brendan.