Starting over, once again )-:
johngay at eircom.net
Sun Mar 19 04:21:12 PST 2006
Well, I got ready to patch X.org to build KDE, and removed /tools
and /cross-tools to make room. Now, when I boot, udev fails
because /sbin/modprobe can't be found. It's there, but ldd says 'File not
found'. Yea, I know, I'm thinking somehow I screwed up and linked it
to /tools by accident.
But now I see that CLFS has upgraded to the newer kernel and udev that I had
so much fun trying to get installed the first time, so I guess now's as good
a time as any to start over, again.
One thing I notice, when following the x86_64 pure64 build, at the setting up
the environment, in the 'if you are going to boot' section, you don't set +h
to disable bash's hashing function, even though we've got /tools/bin at the
end of our path?
As I understand it, that should be set so that bash will use the tools in /bin
and /sbin as soon as they are installed? Did I miss something? This was asked
in February but I don't see a reply to the list.
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