lfs-support Digest, Vol 1046, Issue 1

Paul G Rogers paul.rogers at juno.com
Fri Aug 11 23:23:31 PDT 2006


>From: Jeremy Henty <jeremy at chaos.org.uk>
>I run LFS-6.1.1 , upgraded to kernel-2.6.16.27 and udev-071 .  Can I
>upgrade to udev-096 using the LFS-6.2 instructions or will it break

I did and nary a squeak.  Though I was on an old classic Pentium system
without much of an I/O challenge.

>From: "Angel Tsankov" <fn42551 at fmi.uni-sofia.bg>
>I'm building LFS 6.1.1 and I get the following messages when I issue 
>'umount -v /$LFS' at the end:
>
>umount: /mnt/lfs: device is busy
>umount: /mnt/lfs: device is busy

>Why can't I unmount /$LFS?

Were you still in the chroot environment?


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