Quick and easy Fedora Minimal chroot
This is a quick guide on how to quickly make a Fedora Minimal chroot environment without any special tools. The only prerequisite is that you have root access on the machine you are using, and
chroot binary (or busybox even). I am also using
tar but you probably have that. :)
We are going to use a Docker image as it contains a very well packaged Fedora Minimal rootfs.
Docker images are available for x86_64 and ARM architectures here:
I am setting up my Raspberry Pi 2 in this example so I used the ARM image. The “host” operating system is LibreELEC media center, but this will work on any Linux distribution.
# make sure you are root sudo su # create a directory for Fedora mkdir -p /fedora cd /fedora # get the Docker image wget
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