LFS 6.0 Problem bash Chapter 5.29

Carsten Böcker cb at cb-world.de
Sun Feb 13 00:56:55 PST 2005


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Steve Crosby wrote:
| Carsten Böcker <cb at cb-world.de> wrote in
news:420F0FE8.4000200 at cb-world.de:
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|>Hi All,
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|>I have a problem with bash in the toolchain in Chapter
|>5.29.
|>
|>It compiles fine and also I can start it and type
|>in any command, it runs the command and gives me the
|>message of the command (if there is some) but after
|>this I get no prompt again and bash is consuming all
|>cpu till I give it a SIGKILL.
|>
|
|
| there is a patch to fix this - it is in the patches archive, and is
called
| bash-3.0-WCONTINUED-1.patch.
|
| apply the patch to the bash sources, recompile, install, and you
should be
| fine
|
| -- -
| Steve Crosby

thanks a lot, this solves.

vg
cb


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