Ubuntu Installation :: Install Karmic Xen DomU On Etch Dom0 Via Debootstrap?

Mar 10, 2010

I have an etch-based Xen server that has several Xen domU's on it. All the domU's are etch or lenny based, but I'd like to install a karmic guest. I use xen-tools to install my domU's - e.g., xen-create-image --debootstrap <etc.>After much googling, I've found bits and pieces of info that have gotten me closer to the goal, but the debootstrap script I have is for hoary (I think etch came with this), and I'm pretty sure this won't work.

If you have been able to successfully install a Karmic guest on an etch or lenny host, I'd be very grateful for pointers.

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Aug 24, 2010

I have CentOS 5.5 distribution with Dom0 and DomU installed. I try to access Dom0 files during vsftpd server from DomU during ftp client. I successfully login with root and simple user, but when I try to list (or cd to some directory) in user home the SELinux prevent it from me. I get this in audit.log:

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Mar 6, 2011

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bnx2-09-4.0.5.fw-files during the installation it was necessary.and my guy did and installation success.

But when Os gets the boot.have this error:

And when i confige the network i have problem And Os does not recognize network hardware.
the error is:

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I'm doing a fully automated install of Etch, installing the standard system task. I'm using PXE boot with a preseed file.

I do this a lot, and I've not had problems before. This morning, it's stuck at 5% on "Select and install software" saying "Please wait...". The log on console #4 says:

WARNING: untrusted versions of the following packages will be installed!

[snip]

Do you want to ignore this warning and proceed anyway?

I installed a system yesterday without any problems, so I wonder if there's a recent problem with the mirrors I'm using. My /target/etc/apt/sources.list contains:

deb [url]
deb [url]

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- I can use debootstrap to create a minimal Debian system, but there comes the problem, you can't chroot into a foreign created system (i.e. X86 cannot chroot into ARM system).
- I can use QEMU, which can emulate a ARM processor, but can i use the image that QEMU uses as a normal image for a harddisk, so it would boot off it (when using dd to write it to a real harddisk)?
- Current kernels support the LaCie hardware (Marvell chipset)
- I know how to use tools such as dd, so if the image is generated i can write it to disk and have the LaCie boot from it.

The LaCie box has the following: 1 ARM9 ARMv5TEJ (266 MHz) CPU with 64 Mb RAM, Gigabit network controller and 1 usb host port, internal there is a sata port obviously.The only thing i want at the moment is to have the LaCie boot Debian and i can SSH into it, from there the rest is easy as pie.Is someone willing to help me accomplish this task? It would seriously mean and help alot!If all goes well and if i get all things up and running i would like to make a Howto of it and place that here, maybe it will be of some use !

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I'm running Karmic Desktop Live CD from a USB stick, and trying to install Ubuntu to a hard disk using debootstrap I get these errors:

$ sudo debootstrap karmic /dir file:///cdrom/

Quote:

I: Retrieving Release
I: Validating Packages
I: Resolving dependencies of required packages...
I: Resolving dependencies of base packages...
W: Failure trying to run: chroot /dir mount -t proc proc /proc

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I've read this bug report: [URL] basically, the discussion states that Desktop CD can not be used as package source for debootstrapping, I understand it is because of different file structure than the required for a repository, but would like to know more specific information about it, and if possible, how could I use the CD as package source for debootstrap?

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here is my lsblk
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sda        8:0      0    /My_Files
sdb        8:32    0    /home
sdc        8:48    0     

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I have installed btrfs-tools and I don't know what the following means... It seems to do the first two fine, vmlinuz and initrd.img but it doesn't find my root because maybe it doesn't recognize the 'rootflags' tag? or Debian doesn't automatically deal with btrfs-subvolumes nicely?

Code:

Select allBegin: checking root file system . . . fsck from util-linux 2.25.2
/sbin/fsck.btrfs: BTRFS file system
mount: mounting PARTUUID=................................................................ on /root failed
Target filesystem doesn't have requested /sbin/init

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I initialized it with:

xt-install-image --cache yes --dist wheezy --apt_proxy http://192.168.13.1:3142/ --mirror http://ftp.fr.debian.org/debian/ --location /var/exports/myhost

Then I started the domu with:

xl create /etc/xen/domu.cfg -c

And I receive this message telling me dhcp is used as I specified static ip:

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What can I do to desactivate the dhcp client?

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Code:
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Code:
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