shell-usage on stage
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Sun Apr 4 10:54:01 PDT 2004
On Sunday 04 April 2004 19:25, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
> Reinhard wrote:
> > Ok, I was a bit confused, cause using chroot, the path to the shell is
> > from outside the chroot-jail and if I understood you right, the stage
> > uses a path inside the root ?!?
> Any shell path specified as part of a stage element is used by
> sub-elements of that stage, so it won't be interpreted until after any
> chroot/user/etc. changes have been made. The shell parameter on the
> stage element is _not_ used for the actual chroot operation; it's used
> repeatedly by commands inside that stage that need to invoke shell
> Your confusion probably stems from the fact that you're thinking in
> "shell-script" mode, where you would just chroot once and use the new
> shell path as the shell for that chroot session; nALFS does not run in a
> shell, so when it does a chroot into a new root, there is not a shell
> running unless another element needs one to execute a command.
Hhm - no I don't think in shell-scripts.
For me, nALFS is a user-process, which just creates childs. So nALFS will
never enter a chroot-jail, but the childs could do.
At the moment I translated the chroot to a (sub-)stage, that contains the
commands from the chroot-chapter.
Isn't that right?
I did the same (opening a substage) for 'su - user' and 'export var=value'
just having the stage a different size.
I think, I don't understand the stage yet.
I thought, that the settings from stageinfo are the base for all commands of
On binutils I have this (&build_dir; is /tools/build):
(&binutils-directory; is "binutils-&binutils-version;")
<stage name="Installing Binutils-&binutils-version; - Pass 1">
resulting in this error:
18689 I: Entering new stage: Installing Binutils-2.14 - Pass 1
18690 I: Creating directory ../binutils-build (parents)
18691 E: Changing current directory to /tools/build/../binutils-build
18692 E: No such file or directory
18693 I: Exiting stage: Installing Binutils-2.14 - Pass 1
18694 W: Unable to remove /var/log/ALFS/stamps/Binutils.
I don't understand the error from line 18691. Where comes that path from?
Is it a bug or my misunderstanding?
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