So I need to 'install' (or rather prepare a root filesystem for) a Debian system and that was done with debootstrap and chroot before. However due to the not-very-existent isolation of chroots (with regards to networking, reboots, etc.), this is a bit annoying.
So I thought about using LXC instead of chroot. Is that possible? Are there any good instructions on how to do that? Keep in mind, that the resulting root filesystem is finally supposed to run on actual hardware, not in an LXC environment.