can't mount proc in boot
alwagner at tcac.net
Thu May 23 17:32:33 PDT 2002
Gerard, you are definitely a wizard. My script had changed the owner:group
of the LFS packages to <pkgname>:<pkgtype>. The /lib/libns* files were all
owned by glibc:system and /bin/mount by util-linux:system. Changing
/bin/mount and /bin/umount back to root:root allowed me to boot and shutdown.
Thank you very much.
But now I am questioning the wisdom of this approach to package management.
I had excluded shadow and lfs-bootscripts from this process. Now, obviously,
the mount/umount binaries should be excluded.
Can you think of any more offhand? (I know, unfair question)
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