chroot entry problems

Sam Breed campislife at aol.com
Sun Nov 11 20:06:01 PST 2001


yes,I had set the lf environment variable. even when I replace $LFS with 
/mnt/lfs or add /mnt/lfs in front of /usr/bin/env and /bin/bash I still 
get the
    chroot: cannot execute /usr/bin/env (/mnt/lfs/usr/bin/env): No              such file or 
directory
error.

tim at momentumgroup.ca wrote:

> Did you make sure you've set the LFS environment variable?
> 
> Tim
>


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