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mkchroot (create chroot-able directory tree)

mkchroot creates a chroot-able directory tree using hard links where
possible. The mkchroot package consists of 2 utilities: mkchroot and
addchroot. mkchroot creates a minimal initial tree. addchroot
then incorporates (installed) Slackware packages into that tree.

HOW IT WORKS: addchroot uses the FILE LIST portion of the package file
in /var/log/packages to install a package's directories and files.
To complete the process, addchroot chroots the install script from
/var/log/scripts.

addchroot knows about some "special" packages for which it does not
run the normal install script, e.g. bash and glibc. If you find a new
"special" package, please tell the author.

Maintained by: Duncan Roe
Keywords: chroot,mkchroot
ChangeLog: mkchroot

Homepage:
https://github.com/duncan-roe/mkchroot

Source Downloads:
mkchroot-1.4.tar.gz (cc285715615c9f7be6ee0696021ff230)

Download SlackBuild:
mkchroot.tar.gz
mkchroot.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:
README
mkchroot.SlackBuild
mkchroot.info
slack-desc

Validated for Slackware 14.2

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