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Re: Setting up a developer environment
On 03/04/17 10:48, Andrew Penkrat wrote:
> Some time ago I've successfully set up a development environment in a
> libertine container.
> As far as I remember libertine-container-manager creates chroot by
> default, but can optionally use LXD as well (which didn't work for me
That makes sense as an approach.
> On Mon, 3 Apr 2017 at 11:42 Alan Griffiths <alan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> <mailto:alan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> On 03/04/17 06:58, amon wrote:
>>> I need to put a full GNUStep developer environment on it. What
>>> is the current best way to do this, ie get into a dselect or
>>> an apt-get to pull in clang, libgnustep and friends, debian
>>> package scripts, etc. In other words, a normal debian developer
>>> Is there a HowTo out there for this?
>> No replies so far. What is the current best practice? Can I
>> just get into a Terminal, su root and install gcc, clang,
>> libgnu* and the rest?
> I've not replied as this is not something I've looked into
> recently (see /3/ below). But...
> /0/ Assuming you're basing this on the released, "click" based
> system image...
> /1/ If you start updating the image by installing s/w into you'll
> be "on your own" as the "click" installation and update mechanism
> isn't designed to support this.
> /2/ When I last looked I wrote these notes:
> /3/ I think the current kernel now supports LDX containers. If
> this is true, it is probably a better approach than the chroot
> used in /2/.
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