First-time LFS book reader beeing stuck
richard.szlachta at gmail.com
Thu Aug 17 13:08:42 PDT 2006
As Vladimir Pavlov has asked for few details about my problem, here they are:
Actually, ls -l /mnt/data/tools says it is nor file nor directory. I must have
misunderstood something in the book.
To explain strange /data link on my machine - i have it to shorter paths to
files on second partition. (it has no function over this, maybe confusing of
people, but thats not a good function :-D )
I have placed tools on /tools, where / is filesys root of system (debian) i am
So, if i 'mv /tools /mnt/data' will it be right thing to do?
> > root at fireball:/data#: file /data
> > /data: symbolic link to `/mnt/data'
> Very strange... /data link seems useless. Do you understand /tools
> should also be a symbolic link to /mnt/data/tools in your case? What
> about "ls -l /mnt/data/tools"?
Cat command you wanted me to produced zero output. So i tired file and
discovered it is link to `libc-2.3.6.so'. Cat of this was also zero-length,
so i again used file and got "/tools/lib/libc-2.3.6.so: empty".
Any idea what to fill inside?
> Look through /tools/lib/libc.so.6 and give please the output of
> "cat /tools/lib/libc.so.6" if it's a text file, not binary.
I must have made big typo ... i have always in mind i want /usr/bin/chroot.
> BTW do _not_ use chroot since in the latter case you tried to
> execute /tools/bin/chroot instead of /usr/bin/chroot. Always
> run /usr/bin/chroot.
Hope to hear from you soon...
Richard "Ricardo" Szlachta
JID: ricardo.szl at jabber.cz
Email: richard.szlachta at gmail.com
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