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Re: working GNU/FreeBSD chroot

On Thu, May 08, 2003 at 07:15:56PM +0100, Sherilyn wrote:
> "Henares Sebastien" <henares.sebastien@wanadoo.fr> writes:
> > i'm probably a brand stupid newbie .. but . how to chroot the thing ? mean,
> > under linux or under *bsd ?
> > :)
> The idea is to boot the BSD kernel (FreeBSD in this case) and chroot
> into the jail which isolates you from BSD userland and provides you
> with a (more or less) Debian userland suitable for working on porting
> Debian packages.

actualy there's no Debian userland. the only difference is the Glibc
and GNU userland necessary to build the toolchain (which is still somewhat

in other words, just a "GNU/FreeBSD" system, no "Debian GNU/FreeBSD" yet :)

Robert Millan

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