Subject: debootstrap in pkgsrc
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From: Asmodehn Shade <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/16/2007 14:19:43
I am currently in the proces of installing Xen3 with NetBSD Dom0 and Debian DomU.
Following http://www.gutch.de/NetBSD/docs/xen.html , to install debian, I need to get manually many files from the internet (list depending on what ?), whereas if I used a linux system as dom0, it looks like I would just need to use debootstrap...
So I was wondering :
- did anyone tried to package debootstrap in pkgsrc? as IMHO it might be usefull for many purpose...
- will that be really useful on its own, or will the wip/debian package bring it along.
- should I try to run debootstrap on NetBSD to see whats really needed to run it ? will it work just out of the box or are there many changes needed ( I dont think the latter will happen tho...)
Once debootstrap in pkgsrc, I suppose that installing Debian from many other OSes will become very straight forward... What do you think ?
Anyway, thanks for the hints ;)