chapter "7.9 creating_directories" too late
chris at beaker67.com
Sat Dec 31 19:27:10 PST 2005
Ken Moffat wrote:
> ,On Sat, 31 Dec 2005, Chris Staub wrote:
>> since there is a "chown lfs $LFS" command near the beginning of the
>> book and you're never told to run chown root $LFS to change it back if
>> you chroot. I was thinking that the chown lfs $LFS command should be
>> moved to the beginning of Chapter 7 - placed at the top of the
>> "Creating Directories" section and moving Creating Directories to the
>> beginning of the chapter.
> That I'm not sure about - surely lfs needs to own $LFS in chapter 5 so
> that (s)he can actually write to it ? In my current festive state, I
> think the important thing is probably to run 'chown -R 0:0 /' after
> chrooting (for those like me who are wimps and want to chroot instead of
> boot) ?
The only directories the lfs user needs to write to in chapter 5 are
$LFS/tools and $LFS/cross-tools. There is no need to give the lfs user
ownership of anything except those dirs if you chroot.
> Also, even if you boot, should we not 'chown -R 0:0 /' for the final
> system ? That would mean we run chown however we got to the final system.
> However, I doubt I will be editing any of this today, so feel free to
> do it differently ;)
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