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* as root – `systemd-nspawn`, `arch-chroot` or `chroot`
* as user – `fakechroot` or `proot`
* support Linux, FreeBSD and MacOS Hosts
2. `getchroot` – download and extract prepared folder installation of sevaral linux distributions.
* supported linux distributions are:
2. `getchroot` – download and extract prepared folder installation of sevaral linux distributions.
* supported linux distributions are:
* Arch Linux
* Ubuntu Precise (12.04)
* Ubuntu Raring (13.04)
+ Ubuntu Trusty (14.04)
* Debian 6 (squeeze)
* Debian 7 (Wheezy)
* Debian Sid
* Debian Sid
* Fedora 19 (Schrödinger's cat)
* Fedora 20 (Heisenbug)
* ArchBSD
3. `createchroot`– creates a folder install for sevaral linux distributions
* supported linux distributions are:
* Arch Linux
* Ubuntu Precise (12.04)
* Ubuntu Raring (13.04)
3. `createchroot`– creates a folder install for sevaral linux distributions
* supported linux distributions are:
* Arch Linux
* Ubuntu Precise (12.04)
* Ubuntu Raring (13.04)
* Debian 7 (Wheezy)
* Debian Sid
* Host
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* create FreeBSD container.
* Add/write wiki pages to keep README clear

## current status
## current status

* Debian, Arch and Fedora images are fine.
* Debian, Arch and Fedora images are fine.
* Ubuntu images works only with systemd method?!

## About chroot

It's not possible to chroot a BSD system on a Linux system or vice versa!
You can only chroot a Linux system on a Linux host!
You can only chroot a FreeBSD system on a FreeBSD host!
You can only chroot a MacOS system on a MacOS host!
It's not possible to chroot a BSD system on a Linux system or vice versa!
You can only chroot a Linux system on a Linux host!
You can only chroot a FreeBSD system on a FreeBSD host!
You can only chroot a MacOS system on a MacOS host!

A copy of the host system `createchroot host ~/somehwere` have to be chrooted with `fakechroot` opion as user or with `chroot` option. The `systemd` option will fail!



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