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Re: Amd64 status


In article <20040505192347.GA32305@vt.edu> (at Wed, 5 May 2004 15:23:47 -0400), Bharath Ramesh <bramesh@vt.edu> says:

> You dont need to use the tar ball from John's site. You can deboostrap a
> chroot if you have a 64bit kernel from Kurt's repository. You can find
> more about how to do it from this e-mail
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-amd64/2004/04/msg00111.html
> You can set up a pure64 chroot using this.

I did the following:

| # mkdir /path/to/pure64-chroot
| # cd /path/to/pure64-chroot
| # mkdir lib
| # ln -s lib lib64
| # mkdir usr
| # cd usr
| # mkdir lib
| # ln -s lib lib64
| # cdebootstrap --arch amd64 sid /path/to/pure64-chroot ftp://bytekeeper.as28747.net/amd64/jgoerzen/amd64
| I: Installing the Debian system
| P: Extracting findutils
| P: Extracting makedev
| P: Doing something important
| E: Couldn't install root!

What should I do from here?

I've read <http://lists.debian.org/debian-boot/2004/04/msg01794.html>,
but I don't understand how I can move forward...

Thanks in advance.

Hideaki YOSHIFUJI @ USAGI Project <yoshfuji@linux-ipv6.org>
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