jhalfs - 059-kernfs and 062-creatingdirs errors

Craig Jackson craigmjackson at gmail.com
Sat Apr 22 11:08:30 PDT 2006


Hello,

I have come across a few stop errors in the current trunk of jhalfs. 
Here is the output:

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 Building target 059-kernfs
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du: `/mnt/lfs/proc/10808/task': No such file or directory
du: `/mnt/lfs/proc/10808/fd': No such file or directory

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 Building target 062-creatingdirs
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/tools/bin/bash: envars: No such file or directory
make: *** [062-creatingdirs] Error 1

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Here are the contents of some logs:

/mnt/build_dir/jhalfs/logs/059-kernfs:
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KB: 312600      /mnt/lfs

mkdir: created directory `/mnt/lfs/dev'
mkdir: created directory `/mnt/lfs/proc'
mkdir: created directory `/mnt/lfs/sys'
devpts on /mnt/lfs/dev/pts type devpts (rw)
shm on /mnt/lfs/dev/shm type tmpfs (rw)
proc on /mnt/lfs/proc type proc (rw)
sysfs on /mnt/lfs/sys type sysfs (rw)

Fri Apr 21 20:34:39 GMT 2006

KB: 837501      /mnt/lfs
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/mnt/build_dir/jhalfs/logs/062-creatingdirs:
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Fri Apr 21 20:34:40 GMT 2006

KB: 312600      /mnt/lfs
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It says it can't find envars, but I am able to find this file at
/mnt/build_dir/jhalfs/envars.

Here is the list of settings I get when running the symlink "lfs":

KERNEL: <2.6.12.5> ..OK
BASH:   <3.1.0(2)-release> ..OK
GCC:    <4.0.2> ..OK
TAR:    <1.15.1> ..OK
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BOOK: <lfs-development>
BUILDDIR: </mnt/lfs>
SRC_ARCHIVE: </mnt/lfs/sources>
HPKG: <0>
RUNMAKE: <0>
TEST: <1>
STRIP: <1>
FSTAB: <>
CONFIG: </mnt/lfs/jhalfs/config>
VIMLANG: <1>
PAGE: <letter>
LANG: <en_US>
        *** lfs config parameters look good ***
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Also, I have Trac accounts for LFS and BLFS but not ALFS.  My login is
craigmjackson at gmail.com.  Do I need to do anything to sign up, or is
this privilege just given to me by an editor?

Thanks a bunch,

Craig Jackson
craigmjackson at gmail.com



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