Chapter 5... chroot'ed, but no luck...
gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Jul 6 15:18:45 PDT 2000
> bash-2.04# ./configure --prefix=/usr
> bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
> I know that 'configure' is in the directory, and I know for sure that my
> commmand above executes the script, but I am assuming that the
> 'configure' script, itself, is referring to a file that do not exist...
The very first command a configure script executes is /bin/sh
So check if /bin/sh indeed points to /bin/bash and if not:
cd /bin; ln -s bash sh
and try configure again.
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