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Re: Install debian Etch with debootstrap on top of fedora

On Tue, 2008-07-01 at 06:06 -0300, Gabriel Parrondo wrote:
> El mar, 01-07-2008 a las 09:46 +0100, michael escribió:
> > I am trying to install Debian Etch on a box that already has Fedora  
> > but when using debootstrap I get the message
> > 
> > Installer error: Failure trying to run: chroot /target mount -t proc  
> > proc /proc
> > 
> > There are more details below but could somebody enlighten me as to  
> > its meaning and what's going wrong? Ta, M
> > 
> > Details: Fedora fc7 box is Core2 Duo with LVM, make a new partition / 
> > debian_chroot, install debootstrap using yum, run debootstrap to  
> > install etch for arch amd64 using UK mirror. Installs/verifies many  
> > packages then gives above error. /var/log/messages is empty (!).
> > 
> What parameters are you passing to debootstrap? It should be something
> like:
> debootstrap etch /debian_chroot http://somemirror/debian
> If that's correct, you should make sure that you're running it as root
> and the chroot binary is in PATH ('which chroot').
> If that doesn't help, please copy the exact error you're receiving.

fedora$ sudo /usr/sbin/debootstrap --arch amd64 etch /debian_chroot/

The error was as above! And was the last thing the debootstrap issued. 

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