libuuid.so.1 linked to /lib in host root
pmkofod at datasages.com
Tue Dec 21 10:57:44 PST 2004
I copied libuuid.so.1.2 into /lib in new root, linked libuuid.so and
libuuid.so.1 to it and was able to move on. My concern is that I may hit a
brick wall down the road.
Any thoughts? (Will I pay for it later ;-)
"Pete Kofod" <pmkofod at datasages.com> wrote in message
news:cq9o7p$dlv$1 at belgarath.linuxfromscratch.org...
> Following the 6.0 LFS book, I am running in to a challenge with the
> mount -n -t ramfs none /dev command on page 109. libuuid.so.1 is not
> I searched the news archive and saw references to e2fprogs providing that
> shared object. The document hadn't called for it so I tried to install it
> from the chroot using the parameters listed in section 6.43. It installs
> but still links to the libuuid.so.1 under the host's /lib directory. I
> thought I had followed the book very carefully but perhaps not.
> Any ideas where I blew it and what I can do.
> - Pete
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