Re: Packaging for Sid on the Debian machines?
* Martin Michlmayr <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-03-10 20:02]:
| * Thorsten Sauter <email@example.com> [2004-03-10 19:52]:
| > | (base)jello@vore:~$ dchroot sid
| > | (unstable)jello@vore:~$ cat /etc/debian_version
| > ^^^^^^^^^
| > how do you do this? I have also tried something like this, but without
| > any success.
| Look at the dchroot package.
| Description: Execute commands under different root filesystems
| This package contains a setuid binary that allows users to execute a shell or
| other command under different root filesystems. A typical installation might
| provide 'stable', 'testing' and 'unstable' chroots. Users can move between
| chroots as necessary.
I doesn't mean the dchroot command in generally. I mean the "(base)" and
"(unstable)" string before the shell prompt.
(Is there life after /sbin/halt -p?)