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Update README to explain how to change chroot directory

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Olivier DOSSMANN 4 years ago
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@ -12,9 +12,28 @@ chmod +x ./install-and-chroot.sh
./install-and-chroot.sh
```
By default it writes files into `/alpine`. So enter into chroot:
```bash
/alpine/enter-chroot
```
But you can change destination directory if needed:
```bash
chmod +x ./install-and-chroot.sh
DIR="/my_alpine_chroot" ./install-and-chroot.sh
```
and then:
```bash
/my_alpine_chroot/enter-chroot
```
# TODO
* adapt script to install yunoconfig dependancies (alpine-chroot-install -p)
* adapt script to install yunoconfig dependencies (alpine-chroot-install -p)
* git submodule with yunoconfig (and bind it into the chroot?)
* idem with yunorock-recipes
* idem with pkgxx

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