LFS 6.1.1: umount: /mnt/lfs: device is busy

kriss christophe.malvasio1 at aliceadsl.fr
Fri Aug 11 16:50:43 PDT 2006


Shane D. Johnson a écrit :
> Couple of possibilities....
> You are in one of the directories or subdirectories (use pwd to find 
> out what directory you are in)
> you have a window from the host open in one of the directories.
> If you are in the su enviroment for building that would cause it to be 
> locked up as well.
>
>
> Shane
>
>
> Angel Tsankov wrote:
>>>> Why can't I unmount /$LFS?
>>>>
>>>
>>> If you have another terminal open and are in
>>> a dir on ${LFS} then it will be 'busy' and
>>> you will get this error.
>>>
>>
>> No, I do not have any other terminal open. Other ideas?
> the last thing to do is to reboot and you will see what is open or you 
> just exit the problem (in case there's a big bug on your host)




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