IT BOOTS!With errors :(

Mike Choatie mchoatie at
Mon Jun 3 14:44:23 PDT 2002

Howdy all,
 Got it fixed. seems syslogd and klogd belong in sbin not /usr/sbin where 
they were. I copied them over then deleted the copies in /usr/sbin. 
Hopefully I done it right. thanks for your repsonses.

Mike Choatie wrote:

> Hey folks,
> I got my first LFS booted last nite. What a thrill it was to, but to my
> dismay I'm getting the following errors on boot.
> Setting clock...
> Modprobe: modprobe:Can't locatee module char-major-10-135
> Loading keymap....
> Cannot find
> You should not be reading this message. It means that an unforseen error
> took place in /etc/rc.d/rcsysinit.d/S70loadkeys which exited with a return
> value of 1
> The file is there and
> the keyboard does work however  and I'm using a standard keyboard.
> Next:
> Starting system log daemon....
> /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S10sysklogd: syslogd command not found
> Starting kernel log daemon....
> /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S10sysklogd: klogd: command not found.
> then it says /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S10sysklogd which exited with a return value
> of 127
> ANy help will be greatly appreciated and I will be happy to supply any
> more info. The system does boot and I can run commands which is pretty
> kewl I think, I would just like to fix these stupid errors. I'm sure I
> just made a dumb typo or something.

Mike Choatie
Registered linux user #275300
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