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Re: Debian.rpm

On Sat, 5 Jan 2002 00:27, Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
>  I think you can probably boot to it with a carefully crafted initrd
>  that performs a pivot_root into the debootstrapped chroot.

I believe that pivot_root only works on mounted file systems, so unless your 
chroot environment is at the root directory of a different file system that 
won't work.

Why not use busybox-static to move the directories around?

>  Or, perhaps you could run a UML kernel there?  Has anyone tried that?

That's not as much fun.  We want to totally replace the old system...

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