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December 27, 2012, 6:14 pm
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hysterical when promiscuity is mentioned, but in 2002 my main
X-app was installed to distroA. Then later when distroB was installed,
AFAIR, I just mounted distroA and patched the run-script to point
to distroA. And the same again when installing distroC in 2011.
Since I don't like the bloated browser of distroC , I was now able to
patch distroA's opera runscript by prepending, and appending, thus:-
# patch /mnt/FC1/usr/bin/opera to run script from slak13 to call Mandrake.
mount --bind /dev/shm /mnt/hdc6/dev/shm
mount --bind /home /mnt/hdc6/home
mount --bind /proc /mnt/hdc6/proc <--these 3 lines added
# Location of the Opera binary
if test ! -f $; then
echo "The Opera binary is not located at \"$\"."
echo "Please modify the wrapper script at \"\"."
echo 'MUST umount BIND on exit !!'
umount /mnt/hdc6/proc <-- these 4 lines don't 'balance'
umount /mnt/hdc6/dev/shm ; sleep 4 <--? copies from ?
It works OK. But all other X-app whach I try to similarly
chroot-to, give: can't open display 0.0 Error,
also when I `mount --bind` /proc and /dev/
Is this because the chrooted-distro hasn't initialise
its X-system, via *its* `startx`, or what?
Then why do these 2 other X-apps run OK?