Why logout of chroot, copy dynamic bash over static bash, then chroot again?
Filippo Erik Negroni
filippo.negroni at btconnect.com
Sat Jan 13 05:03:15 PST 2001
What error message did you get?
At 12:54 13/01/2001, you wrote:
>Misquoted from Filippo Erik Negroni on 2001/01/12 at 21:30 +0000:
> > At 21:07 12/01/2001, you wrote:
> > >Misquoted from asunnymoo on 2001/01/12 at 12:52 +0000:
> > > > After entering the chroot'ed environment and compiling dynamic bash,
> > > the book
> > > > says to logout, copy the dynamic bash over static bash, then
> re-enter the
> > > > chroot'ed environment. Couldn't you just copy bash and bashbug from
> > > /usr/bin
> > > > to /bin from within chroot?
> > > >
> > >If you did not log out, static bash would be held open for read by your
> > >chroot login, so you would not be able to modify it.
> > >
> > >Richard
> > No it's not correct
>I got an error message every time I tried to mv bash. I am not the
>only one how did. The only way I found to avoid the problem was to
>exit chroot. There must be some other way, because some people did
>not have any problem. If you know what it is, please tell, and I
>will try it.
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