When booting LFS-file system error.

Chris Staub chris at beaker67.com
Mon Feb 20 12:44:30 PST 2006

On Monday 20 February 2006 15:42, thorsten wrote:
> > Sounds like you created the LFS partition with a host e2fsprogs that uses
> > custom features. Check in section 2.3 of the book for more information
> > about this. Try booting with the host system and running "debugfs -R
> > feature /dev/[lfspartition]" to check. If it does report custom features,
> > then all you can do is restart the build from the beginning, recreating
> > the partition with the stock e2fsprogs.
> Chris, just for my curiosity: wouldn't it be possible to boot into the
> host distro and tar the whole LFS partition up. Then recreate the LFS
> partition with e.g. the LFS-live-CD and restoring the tared-up LFS
> system on this new partition?
> regards, Thorsten

Hmm, I forgot about that...yeah, you can do that instead.

More information about the lfs-support mailing list