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After getting ssh-access I logged in with ssh. I used debootstrap-ix2 - From Project Hosting on Google Code and installed ubuntu as I'm not allowed to insert url you have ...
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- 10-31-2010 #11
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- Oct 2010
Use debootstrap to install ubuntu in chroot
After getting ssh-access I logged in with ssh.
I used debootstrap-ix2 - From Project Hosting on Google Code and installed ubuntu
as I'm not allowed to insert url you have to google it.
I changed the version to VERSION="1.0.25" in line 4 in /tmp/debootstrap-ix2.sh
I used jaunty-version as it was compiled for armv5
#debootstrap jaunty /opt/jaunty/
#mount -o bind /dev /opt/jaunty/dev
#mount -o bind /proc /opt/jaunty/proc
#mount -o bind /mnt/soho_storage/samba/shares/ /opt/jaunty/shares
#chroot /opt/jaunty bash
Now I had a shell in jaunty. I then in the chroot installed ssh
#apt-get install ssh
I changed default ssh port from 22 to 24
I changed root passwd with passwd command
and ran /etc/init.d/sshd restart
I changed sources.list
ports.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-ports jaunty main multiverse universe
ports.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-ports jaunty-updates main multiverse universe
ports.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-ports jaunty-security main multiverse universe
ports.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-ports jaunty-backports main multiverse universe
Remember to add deb and http as I can't post url
Then I ran :
#apt-get install synaptic
#apt-get install lxde
#apt-get install tightvncserver
I could now create a vncsession from my pc to my storage with lxde-enviroment.
and also access my jaunty-storage with ssh on port 24