unable to execute /etc/init.d/rc

Mario Lassnig mario at lassnig.net
Wed Nov 22 12:24:35 PST 2000


perhaps the file is in dos file format?
my system also couldn't find them, when they were still
in dos format [copy'n'paste with notepad, cause of no ntfs
operability :) ]

just try to open them in vim and perhaps you will see
that nifty little [dos] in the status bar
if (true), just recode to unix file format

mario


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From: "asunnymoo" <asunnymoo at earthlink.net>
To: <lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 8:50 PM
Subject: unable to execute /etc/init.d/rc


> When booting into lfs for the first time, I see messages saying INIT is
unable to execute /etc/init.d/rc, /etc/init.d/rcS, and some message about
not being able to convert tty.  I keep seeing the unable to execute the
scripts error when trying to login.  I have to type ctrl+alt+del to get into
single user mode, then type reboot to login to my original linux
distribution.  I've tried to execute the rc and rcS scripts from chrooted
environment as well as from my original linux distribution and it says it is
unable to find the rc script.  I typed "./rc 0" and "./rcS" but both the
chrooted environment and original distribution still respond with unable to
find ./rc and ./rcS.  What am I doing wrong?
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