Perl doesn't configure properly, help?????

Luke A. Guest laguest at
Sat Oct 12 17:18:13 PDT 2002

> Hey Luke, that sounds about right.  I knew it was something having to do
> with a file in the /dev dir not being present. Give you a little tip if
> you're going to build a DevFS system - while you do all the building, do a
> mount -bind from your host system's /dev to your lfs /dev, like this
> (command executed outside chroot, of course):
> mount -bind /dev /mnt/lfs/dev
> That way, you don't waste inodes for your /dev structure that will just be
> overlaid with the devfs /dev structure.  I do it this way, and it works
> great.
> IIRC, it was Erika who first mentioned doing this a long time ago.
> Hope this helps!

Yeah, thanks, but I got around it by running MAKEDEVICE and then deleting 
everything. I'll mount it next time tho ;-)


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