Re: Platform-specific bootstrapping packages?
2010/3/15 Bill Gatliff <email@example.com>:
>> The problem of configuring the packages after installation will still
>> be an issue with foreign architectures. Generally you need to run 'dpkg
>> --configure -a' on the real system. It could be possible to do that as
>> a first-boot system.
> Right, I realize there's no getting around the second-stage
> configuration. I'm just trying to get the output from first-stage to be
> bootable with no additional work beyond debootstrap et. al., so that I
> can boot it right after debootstrap to launch the second-stage package
As a quick note, for armel (at least), you could try a not-so-good-looking hack:
$ sudo cp `which qemu-arm-static` $BOOTSTRAP_SYSTEM/usr/bin
$ sudo chroot $BOOTSTRAP_SYSTEM
$ <trigger second-stage or whatever>
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