pine64-debootstrap
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Create a minimal Ubuntu rootfs from Longsleep's Ubuntu image using pine64-debootstrap. This is if you want to create a minimal server image (the way you want to roll it) with wifi instructions. Just a couple easy scripts and some interactive prompts to answer and you will have a rootfs archive ready to write to SD.
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