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xfce chroot giving error on start with ASUS C100P #2830
I have the same issue, but I've been able to fix this part. The dbus_contexts file is missing
I had to create the file path first
then to create the file with the contents
You can see another example of the file here:
However I now get a different issue
I found a solution. The release we had installed was "precise", but the latest stable release is "trusty". Worked first time.
You can see the current relases by running, and "trusty" is the most recent which is supported.
So I just installed "trusty" instead. You can force the installation of a release by using:
If you want to encrypt it then it's
Make sure you remove the "precise" installation first
Otherwise you'll need to specify the chroot instance everytime.