Would really appreciate it if you could bring this to Arch. I've tried
deb2targz but got confused about the proper Arch directory structure. I
don't know enough about Python to do it justice.
Wasted a day trying to line up the deps for Arch Linux ARM to virtualize,
these Debian packages are getting in the way, to put it mildly.
Last edited by atweiden (2013-03-27 20:17:21)
there is one called pyparted in aur, and that's what you need.
Last edited by Cravix (2013-03-27 03:38:25)
I did see pyparted, but after investigating python-parted
on packages.ubuntu.com, it appeared that python-parted depends upon
pyparted, which in Ubuntu land means who knows how or where or in
what weird ways Ubuntu expects python-parted to be there. In any case,
linaro-image-tools fails for a plethora of reasons and there's no way
I can ascertain whether pyparted made a difference.
Words of advice, If you're trying to follow the MDN guide to virtualize
ARM, you have to virtualize Ubuntu first.
I'm marking this thread solved: I bought a development board.