LFS in linuxtoday.com
Jesse Tie Ten Quee
highos at highos.com
Sun Aug 6 04:44:15 PDT 2000
On Sun, 6 Aug 2000, Tim wrote:
> That badly spelled post is mine, after I ran into a block I couldn't get
> around. I've been assuming that it's a simple thing so I've kept my
> mouth shut trying not to seem stupider than I am, hoping someone else
> will cover it... but I can't even find it in the archives, so I might as
> well bite the bullet and spill it.
Don't bang your head agaisnt a problem too long, it's better to ask
around either on #LFS or here .. Sharing knowledge is what this is all
> >From the very first package installation I've gotten "Permission denied"
> errors trying to run ./configure. Switch to root and same thing.
> Permissions shouldn't matter when run as root, right?
hrm... it would be a good idea to post the error, and be a little
> I've gotten around that by unpacking the sources into my root partition
> and building them there, but I didn't want to do that for the kernel as
> I'm still running 2.2.13. (No reason... I just never upgraded, never
> felt the need to.)
> Well, 'make depmod' ended with 'Permission denied.' And I stopped there
> and decided I had to deal with the real problem, why I can't even run
> configure on packages on a mounted partition.
> Here's my lfs fstab line:
> /dev/hda3 /mnt/lfs ext2 noauto,user 0 0
> It's a 4 gig partition entirely below the 1024 cylinder barrier
> (shouldn't matter). After I first got the error I've always mounted it
> as root and did all the steps as root.
> I'm starting from a Slackware 7.0 distro with some upgrades (should be
I've done LFS on Slack 7.x and had no problems, as long as the devel
packages are installed of course.
Jesse Tie Ten Quee - highos at highos dot com
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