Changeset 25852 in project


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Timestamp:
02/02/12 12:57:35 (9 years ago)
Author:
Mario Domenech Goulart
Message:

playground: updated docs to point to the new release

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    11== Chicken Playground
    22
    3 Chicken playground is chrooted environment to test and play with
     3Chicken Playground is chrooted environment to test and play with
    44Chicken and its extensions.  Currently there's one playground, which
    55is a Debian Linux system for i386 machines.  The environment contains
    66the usual basic tools for GNU/Linux systems several libraries required
    7 to build most of the eggs.
     7to build most eggs.
    88
    99
    1010=== Download
    1111
    12 You can download it from
    13 [[http://www.call-cc.org/chicken-playground/chicken-playground-debian-i386-20110926.tar.bz2|http://www.call-cc.org/chicken-playground/chicken-playground-debian-i386-20110926.tar.bz2]]
    14 (MD5 sum = {{27a3bbc9b9844df5cb3919d21d24ec2a}})
     12You can download it [[http://www.call-cc.org/chicken-playground/chicken-playground-debian-i386-2012-01-30.tar.bz2|here]]
     13(MD5 sum = {{de5ca205e7e0c786a1f7aad0e717e86b}})
     14
    1515
    1616=== How to use it
     
    18181. Extract the archive
    1919
    20   tar xjvf chicken-playground-debian-i386-20110926.tar.bz2
     20  tar xjvf chicken-playground-debian-i386-2012-01-30.tar.bz2
    2121
    22 2. Copy a working resolv.conf to the chroot environment
     222. Copy a working resolv.conf to the chroot environment (a generic one with Google's open DNS server is provided by default)
    2323
    24   cp /etc/resolv.conf chicken-playground-debian-i386-20110926/etc
     24  cp /etc/resolv.conf chicken-playground-debian-i386-2012-01-30/etc
    2525
    26263. As root, chroot to the newly created directory
    2727
    28   chroot chicken-playground-debian-i386-20110926 /bin/bash
     28  chroot chicken-playground-debian-i386-2012-01-30 /bin/bash
    2929
    30304. Mount /proc in the chroot
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