Typo in 2.4.4 LFS?

Sander Striker s.striker at striker.nl
Tue Mar 13 09:14:27 PST 2001

> > Are you sure about this? since pt_chown gets called by other
> > programs, I suspect that the path might get hard coded into other
> > binaries during compilation.
> I've done it too once, just moved it and so far nothing has been 
> complaining 
> at me. Then again I also don't know if pt_chown is actually used 
> by anything 
> I use so your mileage may vary of course.
> I'd say just try it out. If it turns out you need it in the old 
> place you can 
> recompile Glibc or create a symlink.

It says in the documentation that if you are using a kernel version
2.1 (I believe, can also be 2.3) and up, you don't need pr_chown.


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