rmeijboom at tref.nl
Fri Nov 30 16:43:07 PST 2001
i believe you are using linux for 3 years....redhat 6.1 LoL...well...i
win...i've used redhat 6.0 :D
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthias Benkmann" <matthias at winterdrache.de>
To: <lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 01, 2001 1:08 AM
Subject: Re: "chroot" problem
> On 1 Dec 2001, at 1:44, Peter Varbanov wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm trying to build a LFS system using RedHat 6.1 as host . I followed
> > the steps as described in the book and everything goes fine until I have
> > mount the proc fs on the $LFS partition. I tried (as the book tells me)
> > with " mount $LFS/proc -t proc" but the program just prints some usage
> > examples and options. Then I add the line " none $LFS/proc proc
> > defaults 0 0 " to the /etc/fstab file and with "mount $LFS/proc" it
> > seems to work fine... Then I have to run "chroot" but when I type (by
> > book again) " chroot $LFS /usr/bin/env -i HOME=/root TERM=$TERM
> > --login " it prints the following : ... cannot execute /usr/bin/env : No
> > such file or directory now this is strange because there is such file.
> Note that although the command uses /usr/bin/env rather than
> $LFS/usr/bin/env (there is a space between $LFS and /usr/bin/env, so
> these are separate arguments), the file that is needed is actually
> $LFS/usr/bin/env. Check if it exists and is statically linked:
> file $LFS/usr/bin/env
> will tell you. I'm willing to bet that it either doesn't exist or is not
> statically linked.
> > Then
> > I ran " chroot $LFS " and I get into chroot'ed environement with the "I
> > have no name!" prompt. But then I can't execute no program. Not even
> > /usr/bin/env...It just kepps on telling me " No such file or directory"
> > while the file is present. I guess there's something wrong, I mean this
> > not the way things should go is it? Please help me , I any one has an
> > of misht be the reason.
> >Please note that I've done EXACTLY what the book
> > told me to,
> :-) Yes, sure you did ;-) They _always_ say that. And in the end it turns
> out they made a typo. The reliability of the LFS 3.0 book is an order of
> magnitude higher than the typing skills of any mortal on earth.
> In allen Kulturen haben Muetter ihre Babys mit Vorgekautem
> von Mund zu Mund gefuettert.
> Bis vor kurzem sogar noch in Schleswig-Holstein.
> Irenaeus Eibl-Eibesfeldt im SZ Magazin, No.28
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