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Old 03-01-2008, 01:38 PM   #1
donnied
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schroot x applications xauth vs. xnest adding users no binding


Five schroot questions:


The schroot guides I've found suggest binding /dev, /proc/ /tmp, /sys, /home to folders in /foo/wherei'vegotmy/chroot/dev,/proc,/etc

I thought I wouldn't have to do this with schroot. I don't want the same home for sure. The others... I worry that I'll forget and rm -r /var/chroot without unmounting...

1. Do I really need to? (I think with /proc it's necessary or I get a segfault...)



-------Graphics stuff-------------
2. Is /tmp for /xstuff ?

xnest worked well. copying xauth didn't work. I would prefer to not have to use xnest but I can. The alternative I saw was export display 0:0 and use xhost + for a second, start the program and then xhost -. It didn't open.

3. Any ideas for seamless integration into a running desktop environment?


-------user stuff-------------------
4. For some reason (I checked /etc/schroot/schroot.conf and din't find anything) schroot is looking for my /home/notthechrootuser. I get an error message. How can I correct this? Where should I look?


5. I use adduser to add a user in the chroot but the user diasappears everytime I leave the chroot. The user's directory is still there. How do I stop this?
 
Old 02-22-2009, 11:26 PM   #2
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The state of the schroot

It's a year later and I've had schroots and chroots come and go. I haven't done any X app out of a chroot recently so the questions I posted before still interest me.

Doesn't schroot take care of the directories?
Are the fstab entries a must?

What the simplest way to be able to execute xapps from a chroot?
(set up procedures)

* Install schroot
* make sure that /etc/schroot/schroot.conf entry has
run-exec-scripts=true
run-setup-scripts=true

*xhost localhost
*Xnest :3
*schroot
(in schroot) export DISPLAY=127.0.0.1:3
*run app

How to do this without Xnest?
I've only managed this without using Xnest by mounting /tmp /dev /proc and the /home/user/.Xauthority.
The /etc/schroot/mount-defaults doesn't seem to do much for me.

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