Joey Hess <email@example.com> (2014-11-22): > Package: debootstrap > Version: 1.0.64 > Severity: normal > > W: Failure trying to run: chroot /debian mount -t proc proc /proc > > This is because mount is in a different location in fedora than in debian. > On Debian, it's in /bin/mount, while on fedora, /usr/bin/mount. > > And, on fedora, root's default path does not contain /bin: > > [root@alien /]# echo $PATH > /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/root/bin > > So, chroot tries each of those directories, does not find mount in them > in the debian chroot, and fails. > > Suggested fix: Before chrooting into the debootstrapped chroot to run > commands, debootstrap should ensure that the PATH includes all > directories it does on a standard debian system. Eg: > > PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin > > This way, the host system's chroot etc will still be found whereever > it's PATH has them, and the debian system's commands will likewise be > found. I see two naive approaches here: append said $PATH unconditionally, or walk through each component and only append those who aren't in $PATH already. Not sure how reliable it would be to split current $PATH using ':' as a separator, in case there are some funnily-named, maybe-quoted directories in there. I'm happy to receive hints here. Mraw, KiBi.
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