[blfs-dev] Two difficulties (one in all versions)
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Wed Aug 21 15:18:04 PDT 2013
Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
> Did not know if sending here, to lfs -dev or to blfs -support.
> 1. Happened with lfs-7.2,7.3 (both svn) and now with 7.4-rc1.
> Long ago, I reported that each time I tried to chroot in LFS7.2 (LFS7.1
> as host), after logout and umount, had to reboot the system, because I
> could not get a terminal anymore (have a screen capture showing this,
> now), and today, X died, in the host.
> This has been reproduced, today, host LFS7.1, chroot in LFS7.4-rc1. I
> believe, now I understood the reason. I have (in 7.1):
> $ grep tty /etc/group
> $ grep /dev/pts /etc/fstab
> devpts /dev/pts devpts gid=4,mode=620 0 0
> But I was mounting and chrooting with gid 5, as per the book's instructions.
> Now, I have changed both to gid 5, to conform with the new versions, and
> the problem disappeared. Of course, had to change tape's gid to 4.
> Please, *warn me*, if, changing these, I am going to have any trouble in
> my old system.
I'm glad you figured it out. We don't change this type of thing lightly
and there was a fair amount of discussion back when it was done.
> 2. Happened, perhaps with all versions.
> Every time I try to create compressdoc with cat command, I obtain a
> corrupted unusable script. Then, use vim, instead, and copy/paste.
> Today, after the problem, just downloaded it from , after I saw, for
> the first time, I confess, the suggestion in blfs to do this, alternatively.
> Have produced a diff, in case anyone thinks this info is relevant.
I don't use compressdoc. I have:
$ du -sh /opt/OpenJDK-220.127.116.11/man /opt/kde-4.10.3/share/man \
/opt/xorg /share/man /opt/qt-4.8.4/share/man /usr/share/man
That's about 2.1M on a 10G partition or about 0.02% How much space are
That said, there may be an issue with the size of the copy buffer. When
I try to select everything, I get a file of 10523 bytes, but when I do
it in screen size blocks, the file is not corrupted and is 16870 bytes.
I would do an md5sum on the result, but a user's result may be
different if a blank line is added or missing from multiple copy/paste
Note too that when we are doing a copy from a browser, that it needs to
remove html, so it may be a browser issue.
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