glibc and /dev/null in the chrooted environment

Mike Labriola labriomd at clarkson.edu
Sun Oct 28 12:00:16 PST 2001


Jesse McCrosky wrote:

> I don't remember the details, but I think there's a mount option which
> disables access to device files.  Check how you're mounting your lfs
> partition.  Take a look at the mount man page.

rock on!!  that was the problem!!!  :-)

here's what i had in my fstab:


/dev/hda7 
/ 
	reiserfs	defaults	0 0
/dev/hda2 
/mnt/lfs 
reiserfs 
noauto,owner 
0 0


i changed that to this:

/dev/hda7 
/ 
	reiserfs	defaults	0 0
/dev/hda2 
/mnt/lfs 
reiserfs 
defaults 
0 0


and now it's compiling away happily!
thanks again!!!

-mike

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