[lfs-support] Lost sources directory
spiky0011 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 7 01:06:32 PDT 2019
On 07/08/2019 08:54, Jack Ditchburn wrote:
> I need some more advice regarding LFS 8.4 build.
> I have got past the stage of running the command to get rid of the "I
> have no name!" prompt, and am now trying to compile the Linux headers
> as per section 6.7. I got the below output:
> *(lfs chroot) root:/# tar -xvf linux-4.20.12.tar.xz
> tar: linux-4.20.12.tar.xz: Cannot open: No such file or directory
> tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now*
> Realising that I was not in the sources directory I ran the below and
> got the output shown:
> *(lfs chroot) root:/# cd $LFS/sources
> bash: cd: /mnt/lfs/sources: No such file or directory
> (lfs chroot) root:/# ls
> bin boot dev etc home lib lib64 lost+found media mnt opt proc
> root run sbin sources srv sys tmp tools usr var
> (lfs chroot) root:/# cd mnt
> (lfs chroot) root:/mnt# ls
> (lfs chroot) root:/mnt#*
> I previously ran the command to change ownership of the tools
> directory to root from lfs. Should I run the same command on sources
> directory (my thought is not to, as the book does not give this
> I would appreciate some advice at this point. Thanks.*
> Lightning, thunder, wind and rain. Ah bliss!
LFS is not needed for chroot env now, So "cd /sources"
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