Re: 3.0.18 testing needed
> > > Hmmm.. looks like ash tries to execute mac-fdisk as a shell script?
> > Apparently the mac-fdisk binary is corrupted somehow. There's already a bug
> > open on this: I don't know if those builds of boot-floppies were just bad
> > for some reason, or the binary in the archive is actually broken, or something
> > else. One of the PPC folks probably needs to look at it.
> daenzer@pismo> file /mnt/sbin/mac-fdisk ~
> /mnt/sbin/mac-fdisk: ELF 32-bit MSB executable, no machine, version 1
> (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> daenzer@pismo> /mnt/sbin/mac-fdisk ~
> zsh: exec format error: /mnt/sbin/mac-fdisk
Maybe the library reduction went astray? Not that mac-fdisk uses a lot of
weird libraries. Can you send me that binary for closer inspection?
> (1)daenzer@pismo> /mnt/sbin/fdisk ~
> mac-fdisk: bad usage - no device argument
> mac-fdisk [-h|--help]
> mac-fdisk [-v|--version]
> mac-fdisk [-l|--list [name ...]]
> mac-fdisk [-r|--readonly] name ...
> mac-fdisk name ...
> So /sbin/mac-fdisk is hosed for some reason, but /sbin/fdisk seems to be
> a working mac-fdisk.
And that's what should be executed (fdisk should be the 'default' fdisk
for the particular machine IIRC).