LFS suddenly not working!
Chakkaradeep C C
chaks.lfs at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 11:49:42 PDT 2005
> Sounds like probably your PATH is messed up. I doubt Yoper was the cause,
> unless it was working before you installed Yoper, in which case it would be
> something screwed up after you partitioned. More than likely it was putting
> Portage on there that messed something up.
hey i think YOPER got installed on top of LFS and now both are not
working.so planning to build LFS again.i think there is no other
is there any automated script which installs LFS?
On 6/4/05, Kevin Jordan <kmj7777 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/3/05, Chakkaradeep C C <chaks.lfs at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi everybody,
> > i completed LFS and was happy with the system. Then came the idea of
> > Package Management System and i was trying with Portage. So my LFS was
> > with a Package Manager. I had built LFS in a separate extended
> > partition,
> > /dev/hdb5 - root
> > /dev/hdb6 - swap
> > so i had my
> > /dev/hdb1 - boot
> > free space - aprox. 20 GB
> > i installed YOPER, in the free space by creating the "/" and "/home"
> > partition and made SWAP partition /dev/hdb6 common...
> > now if i boot into my LFS system, am not able to execute commands as
> > how we execute by just typing "ls" or "useradd". Am able to execute
> > only as "/usr/bin/clear"..
> > what has happend to my LFS system?...is that i messed up with the
> > YOPER installation or do i have to set something?
> > hope i made clear...
> > thanks in advance,
> > with regards,
> > C.C.Chakkaradeep
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