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Re: [Libguestfs] appliance VM won't start, can't find /init, but /init is in the image.



On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 01:16:44PM -0700, David Konerding wrote:
> BTW, our distribution engineers have suggesting using 'apt-rdepends' instead
> of 'apt-cache depends'.  I verified that works better on my system (that is,
> querying on bash returns libc6).
> But it doesn't actually work if I put that in febootstrap_debian.ml in place
> of apt-cache depends.
> 
> febootstrap -v -o supermin.d --names bsdmainutils btrfs-tools cryptsetup
> diff e2fsprogs gfs-tools gfs2-tools grub-pc hfsplus iproute libaugeas0
> linux-image nilfs-tools ntfs-3g ntfsprogs reiserfsprogs udev ufsutils
> util-linux vim-tiny xz-utils zfs-fuse acl attr bash libc6 binutils coreutils
> cpio dosfstools file findutils gawk grep gzip jfsutils lsof lvm2
> module-init-tools net-tools parted procps scrub strace tar zerofree
> --exclude ^perl --exclude ^python --exclude ^plymouth --exclude
> ^linux-firmware --exclude ^kbd-misc --exclude ^file-rc
> ...
> No candidate version found for debconf-2.0
> No candidate version found for awk

... because eg:

  $ aptitude download awk
  No candidate version found for awk

I just downloaded and had a look at apt-rdepends, and I'm a bit
confused by its output.  It doesn't appear to resolve meta-packages at
all, which would explain the above error, because awk is a
meta-package implemented by (eg) original-awk or gawk.

Rich.

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