[lfs-support] PS1 for user lfs

Philippe Delavalade philippe.delavalade at orange.fr
Fri Apr 20 16:42:34 PDT 2012


Le samedi 21 avril à 01:15, Ken Moffat a écrit :
> On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 10:38:12PM +0200, Philippe Delavalade wrote:
> > 
> > I don't obtain the right prompt ; all variables are correct except PS1
> > which is
> > 
> > PS1=${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\u@\h:\w\$
> > 
>  I'm guessing that debian have done something to bash, probably to
> indicate when it is in a chroot.  Of course, if they have changed
> it, those changes are unlikely to alter the output of your
> /tools/bin/bash when you chroot.

I fear something like that, at a moment or another.

> 
>  Presumably, the *actual* output from PS1 is the same as \u@\h:\w\$
> ?

Exact.

>  If not, try exporting PS1 from user lfs's session.
> 
>  Distros can be weird sometimes - my own weirdnesses were using
> SystemRescueCD (which defaults to zsh) to transfer a system to a new
> machine - even using SHELL=/bin/bash (which worked) it refused to
> pass environment variables to chroot.  But unless the output when you
> are building LFS looks odd, I think you can ignore the difference.

I hope so :-)
> 
>  Good luck!

Thanks

-- 
Ph. Delavalade



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