ken at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Oct 6 08:47:06 PDT 2005
On Thu, 6 Oct 2005, Luca wrote:
> Hi all
> In Version 7.0-cross-lfs-20051005-x86 in Chapter 4.5 I'm having the following
> lfs at SUSE93:~> install -d $HOME/cross-tools
> lfs at SUSE93:~> exit
> SUSE93:~ # LFSHOME=`su - lfs -c 'echo $HOME'`
> lfs at SUSE93:~> ln -s $LFSHOME/cross-tools /
> ln: creating symbolic link `//cross-tools' to `/cross-tools': Permission
> Host system is SuSE 9.3
> Thanks in advance,
Hmm, user lfs seems to be able to create the $HOME/cross-tools
directory, but somehow the command to set LFSHOME has failed. Nothing
obvious comes to mind, perhaps it's a strangeness in how SuSE is set up.
I guess you need to check that the directory created was indeed
/home/lfs/cross-tools rather than e.g. /mnt/lfs/cross-tools or even
Assuming it was created correctly, you should be able to work around
it with LFSHOME=/home/lfs.
BTW, I hope you are following lfs-dev : just like lfs-svn, things can go
wrong. Today I changed the build order for the final system (coreutils
after gcc in chapter 10) to fix problems with findutils.
das eine Mal als Tragödie, das andere Mal als Farce
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