Error creating custom boot disk

Vincent VANDAELE vincent.vandaele at tele2.fr
Tue Mar 30 04:05:35 PST 2004


Hello
I have this error when I want to create custom boot disk (blfs 5.0)
I'm French and it's difficult to undrerstand exactly all the procedure :

root at localhost /]# cp -dpR /dev/* /mnt/loop1/dev
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa25': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa26': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa27': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa28': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa29': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa3': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa30': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa31': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa32': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa4': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa5': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa6': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa7': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa8': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/vcsa9': No space left on
device
cp: cannot create special file `/mnt/loop1/dev/zero': No space left on
device
[root at localhost /]# mkdir /mnt/loop1/dev/pts
mkdir: cannot create directory `/mnt/loop1/dev/pts': File exists
[root at localhost /]# cp -a \ 
cp: missing destination file
Try `cp --help' for more information.
[root at localhost /]#     /dev/null /dev/console \
>     /dev/fb[0-7] /dev/fd /dev/fd0 /dev/fd0h1440 /dev/full \
>     /dev/hda* /dev/hdb* /dev/hdc* /dev/hdd* /dev/initctl /dev/kmem \
>     /dev/loop[0-3] /dev/lp0 /dev/mem /dev/port \
>     /dev/psaux /dev/ram \
>     /dev/ram0 /dev/ram1 /dev/ram2 /dev/ram3 /dev/random /dev/rtc \
>     /dev/shm /dev/stderr /dev/stdin /dev/stdout /dev/tty \
>     /dev/tty[0-9] /dev/ttyS0 /dev/ttyS1 /dev/urandom /dev/zero \
>   /mnt/loop1/dev
bash: /dev/null: Permission denied

Thanks




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