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accepted How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
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answered How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
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comment How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
Well, with the help of that link, I dug in a little more and made some headway. I'll leave a proper answer later, but I'll give you the bounty because this got me on the path to the (annoyingly simple) problem.
Jan
31
comment How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
I'm not running debootstrap directly though. I need to get lb build to invoke debootstrap with that option somehow, and the DEBOOTSTRAP_OPTIONS env var doesn't seem to do it.
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asked How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
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Nov
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comment Feed all traffic through OpenVPN for a specific network namespace only
I notice your destination.ovpn starts with a client directive (an alias for pull), which I think means OpenVPN should get its routing information from the remote side. Doesn't this make OpenVPN clobber your non-namespaced routing table with its own stuff?
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Mar
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comment How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
Nice, I didn't know about that tail option! In my situation, I only care about installed packages, but the solutions for not-installed packages might prove useful too.
Mar
9
revised How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
Cursory edit to remove downvote.
Mar
9
answered How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
Mar
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Mar
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comment How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
1. There may be ways to get machine friendly output from these (or other) tools, which would allow for further, simple parsing on the command line. 2. I have submitted an edit so I can remove the downvote eventually.
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comment How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
Because it seems like you didn't really read the question. I explicitly mentioned "recursive dependencies" and "currently installed version" in the first sentence of the question. I also linked to a similar question, explaining the extra requirement with mine. This doesn't add anything that's not already answered elsewhere on this site (including the linked question).