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Chicken playground is chrooted environment to test and play with Chicken and its extensions. Currently there's one playground, which is a Debian Etch for i386 systems. The environment contains the usual basic tools for GNU/Linux systems and the following ones which can be useful for playing with Chicken:
- tools required to build Chicken (autotools, cmake, C and C++ compilers etc) lots of libraries needed to build most of eggs
- Chicken 2.613 and salmonella
Both CMake and Chicken are installed under /usr/local. Symlinks under /usr/bin point to the actual files.
You can download it from http://g3pd.ufpel.edu.br/chicken/playground/
How to use it
1. Extract the archive
tar xzvf debian-etch-i386-chroot-1.0.tar.bz2
2. Copy a working resolv.conf to the chroot environment
cp /etc/resolv.conf ./debian-etch-i386-chroot-1.0/etc
3. As root, chroot to the newly created directory
chroot debian-etch-i386-chroot-1.0 /bin/bash
4. Mount /proc in the chroot
mount -t proc proc /proc
You're done! Now you can use the chroot environment as a regular GNU/Linux system.