On Boot Error: S20mountproc /bin/mount No such file or directory
cameron at cameron.co.nz
Thu May 13 14:57:57 PDT 2004
I finally made it through the setup of the lfs manual.
Unfortunately, however, during the boot sequence, I encounter an error:
/etc/rc.d/rcsyninit.d/S20mountproc /bin/mount No such file or directory
I've reviewed the archives, and especially these two postings:
Neither of these two had the answer.
But here's the curious thing: when I chroot into the LFS system, all of
the required binaries are there as expected. For example, here's what
happens if I try to grep something:
root:/# cd /usr/src/util-linux-2.12
root:/usr/src/util-linux-2.12# grep 'mount' *
bash: /bin/grep: No such file or directory
But grep is there in the /bin directory:
root:/usr/src/util-linux-2.12# ls -la /bin/grep
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 110241 May 12 14:16 /bin/grep
Here is my chroot command:
chroot $LFS /usr/bin/env -i > HOME=/root TERM=$TERM PS1='\u:\w\$ ' > PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/usr/sbin > /bin/bash --login
The PATH has all the expected directories! All of the files are where expected! But they can't be found.
All of the symlinks are in place.
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