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Re: debootstrap chroot problem

if it is mounted fs, you should add exec option while mounting.
On Tuesday 13 December 2005 02:10 am, Jimi Ayodele wrote:
> Good day,
> I am trying to install Debian on a separate partition using chroot from a
> Gentoo host system. When I issue the following command
> % debootstrap --exclude=libsigc++-1.2-5c102,manpages,pciutils,slang1a-utf8
>   sid /chroot/ http://http.us.debian.org/debian
> packages are downloaded, verified and extracted. The '--exclude=' flag was
> issued because those packages could not be retrieved, forcing an abrupt
> exit. (Also, unlike the recreation of the command displayed above, I was
> able to issue the entire command on a single line.)
> Despite my efforts to avoid the debootstrap utility from making abrupt
> exits, I ran into one that stumped me during the extraction process. I
> have no idea why it happened, but here is the last few (possibly
> relevant) lines displayed at the console:
> chroot: cannot run command `mount': Permission denied
> W: Failure trying to run: chroot /chroot mount -t proc proc /proc
> umount: /chroot/dev/pts: not found
> umount: /chroot/dev/shm: not found
> umount: /chroot/proc/bus/usb: not found
> umount: /chroot/proc: not mounted
> As you may have noticed, I created the '/chroot/' mount point for this
> purpose (not entirely imaginative, but I have no reason to believe that
> the name has anything to do with this problem.)
> I did scour the web using google, yet was unable to find a viable
> solution. Any ideas offered to solve this problem would be greatly
> appreciated.
> Thanks!
> ayodele@sdf.lonestar.org
> SDF Public Access UNIX System - http://sdf.lonestar.org

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