Anyone Familiar With writing Linuxrcs?
chris at stockwith.fsnet.co.uk
Wed Dec 12 15:53:59 PST 2001
Alan Lord wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm trying to get a bootable CD using my clean and shiny LFS 3.1 system,
> before I fill it up with all the stuff that slows it down ;-)
> I've used a template from http://www.stockwith.uklinux.net/ by Chris
> Lingard which is very simple to understand and seemed to fit my bill
> almost exactly.
Thank you. I corrected some mistakes a few weeks ago. Are you using the
latest web page as a README?
> I've modifed some things (I use devfs and isolinux) but it's pretty much
> the same.
> Everything's fine until I run linuxrc... When I get to the critical line:
> exec chroot . /sbin/init <dev/console >dev/console 2>&1
chroot has got to exist on both systems; the RAMDISK that creates the
system, and the system that you are changing to.
I forgot to tell everyone that PATH must be set up so that programs are
Did the original system work?
> All I get is init telling me:
> Usage: init 0123456SsQqAaBbCcUu
I have no idea. I will think about this
> I've tried all sorts of things to figure out why it doesn't do what it
> should (I've currently got linuxrc as a symbolic link to /bin/bash and I
> run it manually from the command line.) Same problem.
This should work. If you have the lilo.conf from the package; then after
Linux has booted it will give control to script linuxrc.
> Anyone got any bright ideas???
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