Read only LFS
thackert at nexgo.de
Fri May 14 20:49:27 PDT 2004
On Friday 14 May 2004 12:19, Andrew Sharp wrote:
> On Friday 14 May 2004 05:10, Thomas Hackert wrote:
> > On Friday 14 May 2004 03:43, Andrew Sharp wrote:
> > > At the end of the book 5.0 (built without deviance on any
> > > package and all systems checked in Ch6), my system is
> > > bootable, but read only.
> > > The login prompt begins
> > > (none) login:
> > > then I see
> > > Unable to change tty /dev/tty1 Read only file system.
> > > No mail
> > IIRC this was mentioned several times in this group ... You
> > should search the archives to get the answer ;). I think it has
> > something to do with your entries in /etc/inittab or so ...
> > > tty0-30 all exist with a few ttyS files too, so it is not
> > > that. I have modified my fstab to no avail from 1 1 to 0 0
> > > for the root partition. /, swap, proc, devpts and usbfs are
> > > the only filesystems being mounted.
> > Are you using devfs? Have you compiled it into the kernel? IIRC
> > you must change your inittab from /dev/ttyX to /dev/vc/X or so
> > ... Or install devfsd in your system ...
> These scripts are done by a tarball these days, making this
> section idiot proof much to my complaint (I remember book 4 was
> easier to understand in this area). And I have been told not to
> touch devfs by the chatroom..
Oh, I forgot that ... :(
> > What type of filesystem are you using? And how does your
> > $LFS/etc/fstab looks like? Maybe an faulty entry there?
> I have tried to force / to read write, but it doesn't help:
> /dev/hda7 / ext2 defaults,rw 0 0
Shouldn't the last part be "0 1" or "1 1"? I have not used ext2 for
a couple of years now, but I remember something that it should look
like this ...
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