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After these settings, type "exit" or "Ctrl+D" to close everything. After these settings, type "'''exit'''" or "'''Ctrl+D'''" to close everything.

debian-cage.png

PACKAGES STUCK WITH SCHROOT

Chroot Manager

Allows you to configure chroots without requiring root credentials.

For a better knowledge on the subject:

wiki.debian.org/Schroot

wiki.debian.org/Debootstrap

Starting prison for packages

jail.png

To start the installations, we will download the following packages:

# apt install debootstrap schroot

Once installed, we will edit the "/etc/schroot/schroot.conf" file.

# cp /etc/schroot/schroot.conf /etc/schroot/schroot.conf.old

# editor /etc/schroot/schroot.conf

{*} editor = your favorite text editor: nano, vim, mcedit, etc ...

In this model, we will do this in the amd64 architecture, but you can change or create it in the i386 architecture.

Copy and paste into the file.

[unstable-amd64]
description=debian unstable amd64
type=directory
directory=/srv/chroot/unstable-amd64
users=your-username
root-groups=root
preserve-environment=true

1. Installing the Debian base in the cage

schroot.png

# mkdir -p /srv/chroot/unstable-amd64

# debootstrap --arch amd64 unstable /srv/chroot/unstable-amd64 https://deb.debian.org/debian

2. Entering the cage

# chroot /srv/chroot/unstable

# echo proc /proc proc defaults 0 0 >> /etc/fstab

# echo mount /proc >> /etc/bash.bashrc

After these settings, type "exit" or "Ctrl+D" to close everything.

Confirming that the configured prison is correct

user@debian: ~$ schroot -l
chroot:unstable-amd64

Entering prison as a user:

user@debian:~$ schroot -c unstable-amd64

Entering private prison: (root)

user@debian:~$ schroot -c unstable-amd64 -u root