chroot error: /bin/csh: No such file or directory; trying to
create customized livecd/dvd
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Sat Dec 24 13:06:26 UTC 2011
On 12/24/11 22:57, Antonio Olivares wrote:
>> I'll ask a stupid question, and you're more than welcome to give a stupid
>> answer: Is /bin/csh actually _in_ your chroot?
>> So csh should be this path: /usr/home/olivares/tmp/tmp/R/bin/csh
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> tricorehome# pwd
> tricorehome# ls -l /bin/csh
> -r-xr-xr-x 2 root wheel 369288 Apr 2 2011 /bin/csh
> I am not sure if it is there now :(
I think you may have missed something there- you do realise that even
though you've changed directory, you haven't chrooted. So when you run
ls -l /bin/csh it is still checking your system root- not the chroot.
Sometimes a single typo can cause huge hassles, eh? :)
cd /usr/home/olivares/tmp/tmp/R && ls -l bin/csh
Watch the "bin/csh"- don't make it an absolute path by adding the root
(/) at the beginning.
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