Bug#535513: daily fails to generate ramdisk because / not mounted
* Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2009-07-21 16:23]:
> What *exactly* do you mean by "/ is no longer mounted"? It seems to me
> that it is kind of a silly statement because without a / I would say you
> can't have a chroot.
> I guess what you mean is that /etc/mtab or /proc/mounts or the mount
> command no longer *lists* /. Is that it?
Yes, that's what I meant. It shows up fine in the d-i system but not
in the target.
> If it is, then somebody very simply will have to trace the cause of
> that change. My suggestion: spend some actual time on tracing it
> instead of waiting for other people to solve the mystery. If you
> suspect busybox, then try building an image with the Lenny version
> of busybox.
That's a fine suggestion but I don't have time for this at the moment
since I'm moving to another country, so a bug report will have to do