unable to make a livecd with monodoc and/or maxima
Will livecds build with the next version of make-live be able to run
maxima and/or monodevelop (with their unchanged packages from
On 8/29/06, Daniel Baumann <email@example.com> wrote:
> kobi zamir wrote:
> > monodoc will not install (can not find /proc... ), unless I do:
> > mount -t proc proc mnt/proc
> > mount -t sysfs sysfs mnt/sys
> > before the ../scripts/13chroot.sh script and umount after it.
> The problem with mounting /proc is, that there are situations where you
> can't unmount it afterwards, e.g. when init is restarted in the chroot.
> Since this process can't be killed then, you would have to reboot the
> machine. So, mounting /proc is not the solution.
> Instead, one can tweak it through policy-rc.d. This is already in place
> in SVN, but disabled. As soon as I tested it mit most of the problematic
> packages, it will be enabled. Or in other words: just wait until the end
> of the week.
> > I think this is because gcl (maxima uses gcl) and mono-things uses
> > system path during install and the sqash filesystem make them error ?
> Since the packages are installed inside a chroot while beeing chrooted
> into it, they are not different than installing them on a regular
> system, squashfs or whatever filesystem is used to compress it, doesn't
> have an effect on that. Or in other words: if there is an error to a
> package itself, it's an error in Debian and not live specific.
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