It's not a directory!!
Paul.Abraham at consultjoa.com
Wed Mar 6 03:58:14 PST 2002
doc [mailto:doc256 at bigpond.com] wrote:
> It's not a dir it's a file! But bash keeps telling me
> that it can't make /usr/bin/env the new root. now i'm
> fairly curtain that it is only supposed to be using $LFS
> as root, am i right? but then it must only be a matter
> of syntax for the /usr/bin/env, in that case, i would
> like to know what it is for so that i can correct it.
> i am following LFS book ver 3.2-rc2.
If you're doing "chroot $LFS /usr/bin/env ..." (chapter 6),
check that the LFS environment variable is set.
Also, check that /usr/bin/env is statically linked.
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