BASH-2.05a Configure Errors
jharris at tahonga.linux-dude.net
Tue Mar 26 02:02:30 PST 2002
Root can untar and configure successfully both in the /tmp and $LFS
mounts. The lfs user can untar successfully, but not configure.
By using checkpoints, I've determined the first error is reported at line
781: "cat >&5 <<EOF". For some reason, this system doesn't like writing
to the file. I tried it straight to the shell and still errored.
I don't see any aliases with the cat. `which cat` gives me `/bin/cat`. My
ulimit -a shows that I can have 1024 open files. I can open any of them,
but I can't write to them.
On Tue, 26 Mar 2002, Gerard Beekmans wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2002 at 05:32:31PM -0800, Jeff Harris wrote:
> > Yes! that worked fine (except the -f option needs to be last in the tar
> > command).
> > Now, trying to compile bash gives me permission errors. I'm in chapter 5
> > of the book. I'm the lfs user. My lfs mount is mounted as shown in the
> > FAQ. I umounted & remounted just to make sure it was mounted as per the
> > fstab. What else could my problems be (besides a less than optimal base
> > system)? Actually, the more problems I get, the more I want my "own"
> > system!
> Did you extract the bash tarball as user root? if so, user 'lfs' won't have
> write access to the bash-2.05 directory to write temporary files and stuff.
> I'm a bit puzzled by the '134933608' and such references. It's not a usual
> temporary file name.
> But start by checking the directory permissions and make sure user 'lfs'
> can write to the files there (and create new files).
> Gerard Beekmans
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