What are the many errors you are seeing?
From what I recall things take a while (in the case of some platforms without a HRND enabled that can be several hours) to buuld up enough entropy before some services (such as sshd) can successfully start. I agree that havegd will help here. But is this really the fault of Debootstrap? Just because your debootstrap is slow to start because it is entropy starved isn't a bug in itself. Perhaps the correct thing to do would be add an entropy gathering package to offer to enable differant HRNGs it can autodetect and then offer a MetaRNG (such as havegd). Of cause should this be a recommended package or default? Should it be linked/installed by system and environment packages that provide random services or by consumers of random such as sshd? On 5 February 2020 01:26:58 GMT, ykla <ykla...@gmail.com> wrote: >Debootstrap aarch64 base system not includes haveged, It makes many >errors >for ssh. SSH only open after local user login.Please add haveged >default. -- Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.