start init.d scripts before a chroot script using schroot?
I am trying to get a chroot environment up that uses autofs inside the chroot that governs nfs mounts. It is a laptop, so I don't want the nfs mounts running when not at work, so I don't want to kick off the scripts in /etc/rc.local
I was looking into the schroot command-prefix and the exec.d support. exec.d looked good, but it is run outside the chroot, not inside where I need it.
I also wonder about schroot and its "session" idea. I wonder if I start a schroot session with "dchroot -c TEST /etc/init.d/autofs start", will I need to use the same chroot session later to ensure that I get access to the running automount processes?
No solution seems clean to me unless there is a way to run a script inside of the chroot using schroot/dchroot, but I do not see one, only to run one just before entering the chroot. I can probably use command-prefix, but that seems really messy to be passing the command to a script then to have to execute those args.
Is there a cleaner way that I am missing?
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