This incredible piece of unfinished shit is still better than ISPConfig.
Yet. I find it hard to understand, why nothing in DTC can be thorough, well thought out, functionally complete, clean, and foremost, really WORKING?
Now, /etc in the sbox path actually exists? How odd. Let's have a look:
Yeah, some genius used empty variables, huh.
Even better here:
So this brickhead assumes bootstrapping works without making the apt-get binary (etc) available inside the chroot.
Honestly, I wish you'd just write proper design specs and leave the coding to the rest of the community.
So, after all the ranting:
This is what you run to set up the chroot base - delete all the crap it created, first.
And then you can run the update script
Note, by default the chroots don't get any security patches or other updates and there's no provision to monitor or alert on it.
Isn't that a great idea? I'm in awe.