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Setup a chroot environment on Ubuntu with debootstrap

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Chroot is used to setup a isolated environment inside a linux system where applications can run without interacting or affecting the host OS. It is often used to setup a 32bit environment inside a 64bit OS to run legacy/old applications. This tutorial shows you how to do that.
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