I now have a more convenient setup for creating and testing Jinks builds. This is how it works:
ssh -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -l hcmc -p 2012 localhostwhich precludes checking of the machine's key, or storage of its key; this avoids the problem where every time you clone the pre-seed to create a new VM, it has a different key, and the host complains that the key in known_hosts has changed.
This is what remains to be done:
rnv -bash: /usr/bin/rnv: No such file or directoryVery weird indeed. There are executable copies in /usr/bin and in /usr/bin/X11, just like on my local machine, where they work fine.
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