michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Fri Jul 9 23:37:40 PDT 2004
On Saturday 10 July 2004 00:20, andrew clarke wrote:
> $chroot /compat/linux
> chroot: /compat/linux: Operation not permitted
> Hmm. I've never used chroot.
Only the superuser may use chroot.
> Either way, I tend to think the linux_devtools port is missing some
> important files:
> $find . | grep -c linux/errno
That header is part of the Linux kernel and comes with the kernel sources.
It's kind of debatable if the linux_devtools port should really go ahead and
install those - they are really big and freebsd's linux emulator is not
exactly a good testing enviroment for Linux kernel modules. :)
Of course there's a lot of software around that bogusly uses Linux kernel
includes (and makes porters curse and rant) although it shouldn't.
FWIW, you can still grab a Linux kernel source and install the missing headers
from that yourself.
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