Bug#705564: debootstrap: fails to bootstrap a armhf wheezy system
Control: severity -1 normal
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On 17.04.2013 09:29, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The exact command was:
# debootstrap --arch=armhf wheezy /mnt
On /mnt, I've mounted a virgin new hdd formatted as ext4.
On this hdd, I've restored a one year old backup of a wheezy armhf
Since the initial system crashed due to a hard drive failure, I felt
that it would be better to restart from scratch.
If I understand you correctly, I need to move out my
/etc/init.d/*scripts*, debootstrap, and restore them back once
I've installed all the other packages (samba, nginx, etc...), right ?
That might work, but I don't think debootstrap is really designed to be
run over the top of an existing system in that way.
I'll let the maintainers correct me if I'm mistaken, but in the
meantime this report isn't release critical so I'm downgrading it.