Apr 19, 2019 · # pacman -U <PKGNAME>-<PKGVER>-<PKGREL>-<ARCH>.pkg.tar.xz If you were to run extra-x86_64-build again, right now, or anytime later on with this or another package, it will update the clean chroot if needed, delete the build chroot and make it a fresh copy of the clean chroot, and perform the same process. If your directory still has the source ... Step 2: Create a folder for your chroot. Tip: Use mount –bind for proper df support within the environment (optional) # mkdir /chroot mkdir /tmp/mnt/ mount –bind /chroot /tmp/mnt/ Step 3: Run debootstrap in the chroot dir. This can be done with Debian or Ubuntu, but for this tutorial I’ll be using Debian. # cd /tmp/mnt/
Now use arch-chroot and enter the mounted disk as root. Actually, now you are using the just installed Arch Linux system on the disk. You'll have to do some configuration changes to the installed system...chroot /arch Questo è necessario per passare al sistema guest fondamentali informazioni circa l'hardware della nostra macchina, le partizioni, ecc., senza le quali nessun os Linux potrebbe funzionare correttamente.
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