Re: dchroot with differnt linux distro ?
* Rolf Seuster
| 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?
As Hugo Mills writes -- this should work fine. Assuming that the
RedHat folks haven't done something strange which requires you to have
certain kernel patches applied or anything like that. RH used to have
a ton of kernel patches in the past, though I don't remember if you
had to apply any of them if you decided to use your own kernel instead
of the vendor-supplied one.
Tollef Fog Heen ,''`.
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are : :' :