Remake of LFS chapter 5

Chris Staub chris at beaker67.com
Tue Oct 17 08:37:29 PDT 2006


contact at logarytm.com wrote:
> compiling and installing everything went smooth, but I noticed I already
> have binaries when I issued the cp commands Ive been told to do. I figure
> I accidently left /tools untouched but thought that maybe the installation
> of the new binaries and libs would have the old ones overwritten.
> 
> Bad misstake, the stripping of debug went ok but the strip with the
> unneeded flag gave me;
> <strip>
> strip: unable to copy file '/tools/bin/strip' reason: Text file busy
> strip: /tools/bin/texi2dvi: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/texi2pdf: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/tzselect: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/updatedb: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/xtrace: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zcmp: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zdiff: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zegrep: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zfgrep: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zforce: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zgrep: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zless: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/zmore: File format not recognized
> strip: /tools/bin/znew: File format not recognized
> </strip>
> 
> Files were created today(and not yesterday as the old ones)
> -rwxr-xr-x 1 lfs lfs 3500 Oct 17 13:44 /tools/bin/znew
> 
> Is this due to my previous failed LFS that thought my system wwas i486
> when it's in fact i686?
> Not running parallel jobs.
> 
> ~djr

I have no idea what you are trying to say. What do you mean by "cp 
commands", and what exactly is the problem?



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