New outstanding issues
jeremy at jutley.org
Mon Sep 13 16:29:49 PDT 2004
Anderson Lizardo wrote:
>Em Seg 13 Set 2004 19:13, Gerard Beekmans escreveu:
>>These are the things that I am aware of that need to be addressed for
>>LFS-6. Please let me know if anything needs to be added.
>>- LFS boot cd explanation page
>>- That paragraph pointed out by Jeremy at the end of the book at the
>>"now what" section
>>- change util-linux sed into a patch
>>- add zlib patch to fix the reported vulnerability
>>- add texinfo patch to fix the "info" program segfault
>Chapther 6, "Mounting Virtual Kernel File Systems", there is the following
>paragraph at the end:
>"The mount commands executed above may result in the following warning
>message: can't open /etc/fstab: No such file or directory. This file
>—/etc/fstab—has not been created yet but is also not required for the file
>systems to be properly mounted. As such, the warning can be safely ignored."
>Actually, that warning will never happen at this stage (we are still outside
>of chroot). I think it should be removed or moved to the "Mounting ramfs and
>Populating /dev" section, where then it may happen.
Yes, this was something that was mentioned previously either here or on
-hackers, and should definately, IMHO, actually be moved to the page
where we propogate /dev.
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