Provided by: ltsp-server_5.5.7-1_all bug

NAME

       ltsp-chroot - chroot into a specific LTSP thin client chroot

SYNOPSIS

       ltsp-chroot [OPTION] command

DESCRIPTION

       Chroots  into  a  specified  LTSP  chroot.  Optional  arguments  can be
       provided to customize the chroot location as well as extra  mounts.  If
       present,  default  arguments  will  be read from the configuration file
       /etc/ltsp/ltsp-chroot.conf, and  overwritten  with  used  command  line
       options.

OPTIONS

       -a, --arch[=ARCH]
              Sets  the  architecture  of  the target chroot. Defaults vary by
              distribution.

       -b, --base[=PATH]
              Sets  base  of  target  chroot.   Defaults   to   /opt/ltsp   if
              unspecified.

       -c, --mount-package-cache
              If  set,  mounts  the  server  package directories to the chroot
              previous to chrooting. Settings vary by distribution.

       -d, --mount-dev
              If set, mounts the server dev  and  devpts  directories  to  the
              chroot previous to chrooting.

       -h, --help
              Displays the ltsp-chroot help message.

       -p, --mount-proc
              If  set,  mounts  the  server  /proc  to  the chroot previous to
              chrooting.

       -m, --mount-all
              If set, mounts the /proc, /dev and package  directories  to  the
              chroot before chrooting.

       -r, --copy-resolv-conf
              If  set, copies the server resolv.conf to the chroot previous to
              chrooting.

       --version
              Output version information and exit.

AVAILABILITY

       Part of the ltsp package and  the  latest  versions  are  available  in
       source form from https://launchpad.net/products/ltsp.

FILES

       /etc/ltsp/<tool>.conf:   Upon   execution   the   tool   will   read  a
       configuration file to override built-in defaults.

       Values are NAME="VALUE" pairs, with  #  representing  commented  lines.
       most  commandline  options  have an equivalent. an example Debian based
       system with an alternate base location, architecture, and distribution:

        # set alternate default location for ltsp chroot (--base)
        BASE="/srv/ltsp"
        # build an amd64 chroot by default (--arch)
        ARCH="amd64"
        # build a Debian sid environment (--dist)
        DIST="sid"

       /etc/ltsp/ltsp-server.conf: Each LTSP server tool will read  a  generic
       configuration  file.  This  file  is  typically  used for setting BASE,
       TFTP_DIRS and TFTP_BOOT_DIR. These settings are  overwritten  by  those
       set in specific tool configs.

AUTHOR

       Autogenerated  from  the  script source code with help2man. Distributed
       under the terms of the GNU General Public  License  version  2  or  any
       later version.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ltsp.

SEE ALSO

       ltsp-build-client(8), chroot(1)