Re: cd_autoup.sh broken... or is it me?
On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, Jay Barbee wrote:
: Hello all,
: I am working from the Master CD binary-i386 Debian 2.0 CD. I am starting to
: up grade my first system via the cd_autoup.sh.
: After mounting the cd to /cdrom and going to /cdrom/upgrade I notice that
: cd_autoup.sh is not an executable.
This isn't uncommon; many paranoid BOFH types mount CD-ROMs noexec
The solution is simple, however ... simply type
See? No messy copying.
: I copied the script to /root and did a chmod u+x on it. now make my working
: directory /cdrom/upgrade and run /root/cd_autoup.sh. I get the folloring error:
: Script started on Tue Aug 4 11:04:53 1998
: [torch] [~]
: [root]# cd /cdrom/upgrade/
: [torch] [/cdrom/upgrade]
: [root]# /root/cd_autoup.sh
: ldso_1.9.9-1.deb libc5_5.4.38-1.1.deb libc6_2.0.7t-1.deb timezones_2.0.7t-
: 1.deblocales_2.0.7t-1.deb ncurses3.0_1.9.9e-2.1.deb ncurses3.4_1.9.9g-
: 8.8.deb libreadline2_2.1-10.1.deb libreadlineg2_2.1-10.1.deb bash_2.01.1-
: 3.1.deblibg++27_184.108.40.206-14.4.deb libg++272_220.127.116.11-0.1.deb libstdc++2.8_*.deb
: Can't find ../debian/hamm/hamm/binary-i386/libs/libstdc++2.8_*.deb!
: aborting upgrade.
: It is true my official cd does not have: /debian/hamm/hamm/binary-
That looks bad :)
: ...Did something go ape with my burn of the Official CD. I did burn
: it via a NT system, but thought the iso image would be fine? Did I
: script up the install already?!
I think so. Perhaps the NT software can't burn an ISO image properly?
Another possibility is that you've mounted the CD "incorrectly". This
is possible without user intervention with kernel 2.0.33 or 2.0.34, I
forget which. Try specifying nojoliet as an option to mount. (My
syntax here is undoubtedly not quite right; I remember seeing some other
people having trouble mounting CD-ROMs and nojoliet was the solution.
Please check the list archive and I'll do the same).
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