improper permisions when configuring ed
gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Jan 23 11:00:58 PST 2001
> --- Gerard Beekmans <gerard at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
> > > No! I get Permision denied when echoing to $LFS/dev/null as root on the
> > > base distribution. This is the output of ls -l $LFS/dev/null on my base
> > > distribution:
> > Try this first please:
> > echo "test" /dev/null
> > don't do that inside chroot but outside (so that you are using /dev/null that
> > RedHat installed, not the one in $LFS).
> You mean echo "test" > /dev/null as root on RedHat??
> I did and it works fine.
How exactly is your LFS partition mounted? Any special options you have
in /etc/fstab perhaps (like user instead of defaults)?
run 'mount' and show the relevant output
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