broken bash!?

Ken Moffat ken at kenmoffat.uklinux.net
Thu Feb 12 04:04:41 PST 2004


On Thu, 12 Feb 2004, B. Adel  wrote:

[ can't quote what you wrote, it's being chopped off under Chris's
signature.  If you can, chop people's signatures when you reply, some of
our mailers think your new text is part of the reply ]

>
> You need to use the
> environment variable
> LFS, like the book
> says.
> I assuse that
> /dev/hda8 is your
> new partition,
> mounted on /mnt/lfs
>
> Go through the book
> again, checking each
> step, then use
> --prefix=$LFS/static
> like what the book
> says.
>
> Do not confuse
> partitions like
> /dev/hda8, with
> mount points like
> /mnt/lfs
>
> Chris
>

 The problem now is in your $LFS.  You won't be able to use it until you
change it to the name of the mount point (/mnt/lfs if you've followed
the book).  /dev/hda8 is the filesystem you are going to use, but the
only time you need to know that is when you mount and umount it.

 So, reread the book about setting LFS.

Ken
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