Sorry for the resend... forgot a link. On Wed, 2003-08-06 at 14:20, nori heikkinen wrote: > [cc'ing the list for posterity :)] > Interesting. Trying again, it's working fine -- but a little > experimentation reveals that if i edit a file inside the chrooted > heirarchy from outside of it, i get these GLIBC errors. steering > clear of this doesn't yield any problems. > > what i'm having trouble grokking right now is the lilo setup. usually > (that is, on other systems i'm looking at), the default linux image > points to /vmlinuz, which is a symlink to /boot/vmlinuz-`uname -r`. > there is nothing on my current install labelled 'vmlinuz', i'm > guessing because i did this the "cheater's" way, skirting the issue of > actually installing a kernel. Knoppix has a /boot/vmlinuz-2.4.21-xfs > -- it seems like i should be able to copy that from the CD's boot to > the chrooted dir's root, but doing that sort of cross-chroot editing > was what gave me those GLIBC problems in the first place, so i'm loath > to do it. > > any suggestions with this? this is all i have left before i try the > acid test and reboot ... :) > > > More Q's are Welcome. I am working on a Proc to use the Woody > > basedeb.tar, Knoppix, dpkg-deb and dpkg. > > cool. > > what do you mean by "the Woody basedeb.tar"? i thought there was no > more basedeb.tar after potato?  Okay here is my Proc summary: Get: http://http.us.debian.org/debian/dists/woody/main/disks-i386/base-images-current/basedebs.tar Partition your storage medium. Make you filesystems. I still stick with EXT3, but XFS is a good option provided you compile XFS into a kernel. Then mount your "system to installed root" on "/sysimage" Then mount all of your other partitions relative to "/sysimage" "/sysimage/boot ; /sysimage/usr ; /sysimage/var" etc...\ Make a directory "/sysimage/basedeb" and copy the tar there or just D/L it there. From "/sysimage" do "tar xvf basedeb/basedebs.tar" Also from "/sysimage" do a "dpkg-deb extract var/cache/apt/archive/allpackages-1-at-time.deb ." I am developing a script to do just that, but nothing bulletproof yet. Meanwhile a for each loop should do. Then when all is done doing the extracts: "cd /sysimage" "chroot . bin/bash" First things first after this: "dpkg -i /var/cache/apt/archives/dpkg_1.9.21_i386.deb" You might need to create a a few things to work it from there... If "/var/lib/dpkg/status" has to exist and be "valid" first, make one that looks like this: Package: libc6 Status: install ok installed Version: 2.2.5-6 Then goto: "http://www.linuxworld.com/story/32607.htm" Everything works from there. Then GET THEE AWAY FROM LILO. GRUB is ONLY THE WAY TO GO. Peter Whysall and I made a good document only installing KNOPPIX before "knx-hdinstall" It gives you a clear and concise way to install "grub" using knoppix and "grub-install" http://twiki.iwethey.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/HowToInstallKnoppix When you get to this point you shouldn't have even installed a kernel yet. Make a good /etc/apt/source.list, include main archive for unstable... Do this: "apt-get install kernel-image-2.4.21-2-<arch>" Make the menu entry and restart the machine. Well it's brief but enough to help. Let's hope this helps. > thanks a lot! i love knoppix :) As do I. Best thing since sliced bread IMNSHO. -- greg, email@example.com REMEMBER ED CURRY! http://www.iwethey.org/ed_curry Your pendulous thorax makes cellists envious of the rotund sounds emanating from your nose in D minor.
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