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Re: dchroot with differnt linux distro ?

On Wed, Oct 13, 2004 at 06:47:14PM -1000, Rolf Seuster wrote:
>  Hi all,
> is it possible to use dchroot to mix a debian-amd64 with a different linux
> distribution, e.g. scientific linux cern (based on RedHat Enterprise) Or
> do significant differences between Debian and RedHat make this impossible?

   Yes, it's perfectly possible to do so. I've run Debian in a chroot
on a SuSE box before, and I currently have a Debian 32 bit chroot on
my Ubuntu 64 bit installation (admittedly, the difference in the
latter case is small, but...).


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