Franklin R Grove III
frg104 at psu.edu
Sat Mar 2 09:28:22 PST 2002
I never set $LFS. I don't like it. The directory I am building in is /lfs.
I typed it as chroot /lfs /usr/bin/env....
On Tuesday 05 March 2002 12:20 pm, you wrote:
> Franklin R Grove III [mailto:frg104 at psu.edu] wrote:
> > I am receiving the message "chroot: cannot execute/usr/bin/env:
> > no such file or directory" The binary file does exist in /usr/bin.
> > I was able to chroot yesterday. I can't think of anything that I
> > would have done to cause this error. Any ideas?
> Assuming the line you are trying to execute is
> cd $LFS &&
> chroot $LFS /usr/bin/env -i HOME=/root TERM=$TERM /bin/bash --login
> in chapter 6, have you got the LFS environment variable set?
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