Hello, >> List of packages passed to apt: >> dash snmpd dropbear openssl dhttpd lighttpd apache2 I do not have apt on baked and I can not chroot into it. $ sudo chroot baked-sid/ chroot: failed to run command `/bin/bash': No such file or directory Having the above list of packages written in configuration file as: packages=dash snmpd dropbear openssl dhttpd lighttpd apache2 >> Some surprises, the list above resulted in some unexpected dependencies >> being included: >> >> libpq5 >> libdb4.6 >> libmysqlclient15off >> libsqlite3-0 >> >> All 4???? sqlite is fine, but the rest??? >> >> If someone can work out quite why this happened, file some bugs. >> :-) It did not happen to me (attached conf file), everything was fine :-) >> I haven't actually tested these packages but do make sure you're using >> multistrap from experimental before testing. (The next version of >> multistrap is heading back into unstable soon.) I am currently using $ multistrap --help em_multistrap version 2.0.9 ii multistrap 2.0.9 Currently fetching 2.1.4 to repeat the tests. >> Details being added to the baked/ webpage soon.... >> > I did a quick multistrap test with the above configuration but got an > error with the emdebian keyring. > > E: Couldn't find package emdebian-archive-keyring > > I commented out the keyring= statement to get it working. Yes, emdebian-archive-keyring must be missing from baked repositories, I got the same. > The size of the rootfs is looking good -- well better than Grip anyhow. I am getting, $ sudo du -sh grip-* (with just packages=apt) 53M grip-lenny 46M grip-sid $ sudo du -sh baked-* 25M baked-lenny (without packages from above) 76M baked-lenny (with above packages) But when I chroot into baked it hangs, uhm.. not actually... looks like it, but there is no prompt symbols (cool!) $ sudo chroot baked-lenny/ /bin/dash ls bin dev etc lib lib64 sbin selinux tmp usr var id uid=0 gid=0 groups=0,111 exit Cheers, -- Héctor Orón "Our Sun unleashes tremendous flares expelling hot gas into the Solar System, which one day will disconnect us."
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