problem in chapter 6: entering chroot'ed environment

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Oct 8 07:25:47 PDT 2000


> This is a snip from the beginning
>
> create mem    c 1 1 root:kmem 660

btw the .bash_profile looks good.

Ok, let's try to chown a file manually then.

Enter chroot, cd /root and try this:

touch test-file
chown root test-file
chgrp kmem test-file

Did those two work? If so, then try this:
chown root.kmem test-file

And: chown root:kmem test-file

Which one of those commands fail?

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