[lfs-support] Restart LFS Installation After Interruption (Section 6)
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Tue Oct 22 08:21:14 PDT 2013
Yuan Cao wrote:
> I hope this is the right place for post this.
> According to the note on section 6.4 Entering the Chroot Environment, I
> would need to go through sections 6.2.2, 6.2.3 and then use the chroot
> command as given in section 6.4, if I shut down my computer at any point in
> section 6.
> I hope you can add to the note in section 6.4 that a person might also need
> to remount the partition by following the first 2 commands in section 2.4
> Mounting the New Parition first to remount the partition.
> After shutting down, and starting it up again, I kept getting errors when
> trying instructions on sections 6.2.2 and 6.2.3. That's when I noticed that
> /mnt/lfs was empty. When I mount my LFS partition, all my files came back.
> This is probably too basic of a problem for most. But, I think it would be
> a good idea to mention it for completeness sake.
This is too basic. I'll refer you to section vi. Prerequisites.
"Building an LFS system is not a simple task. It requires a certain
level of existing knowledge of Unix system administration in order to
resolve problems and correctly execute the commands listed."
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