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So I have this dedicated server that is running Debian. I have an intense business need (client's requirement) that I also install Gentoo as a Chroot.

I have successfully done so, but now, I am trying to figure out to call Gentoo's /etc/init.d from inside the chroot whenever the host Debian distribution's /etc/init.d runs (e.g., on startup).

I surely hope this is possible!

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Don't do this. Use Linux Containers; this is one thing that they're well designed for.

For bonus points, use libvirt or one of its frontends such as virt-manager to make your life easier when managing the container(s).

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Checking it out. I will report back soon. – hopeseekr Jan 26 '14 at 2:52

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