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Old 05-28-2012, 03:35 PM   #1
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use kexec for a new debootstraped system


i installed a debian-system via debootstrap from a existing Linux-system (not debian). I installed even a kernel too. Now, I want to change in the new debian-system with chroot and start with kexec the new kernel. Do I get a completely debian system? Can I start this way everything like ssh, samba, initrd, etc….I don’t want to remove the host-linux-system and use both when I want. I want to jump and start only a totally new System if I need it…..jump in and use kexec a new System…..jump out and start with kexec the old kernel and System.

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