Re: Mount USB memory stick in 32 bit chroot as well
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- Subject: Re: Mount USB memory stick in 32 bit chroot as well
- From: Andrew Sharp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 14:55:26 -0800
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On Wed, Jan 04, 2006 at 09:14:12PM +0000, Koen Vermeer wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-01-04 at 11:23 -0800, Andrew Sharp wrote:
> > When you have bind mounted /media into your chroot, and after inserting
> > the stick, does the directory media/Kingston exist inside the chroot?
> > I'm not a gnome user, thank 5od, but I'm guessing that that directory
> > gets created on the fly by gnomadness when you insert the stick. So,
> > without anything inserted, she said, verify that the Kingston directory
> > doesn't exist anywhere, then do the bind mount, then insert your
> > memory, and see if the Kingston directory is created and exists inside
> > the chroot. If so, then you have solved your basic problem. If not,
> > then back to the drawing board.
> The directory is created after inserting the stick, but there is only
> one file in there (.created_by_pmount). Following your recipe didn't
> change anything, unfortunately.
I can't tell if you answered the question or not. Does the directory show
up in the chroot environment? If so, then your problem lies elsewhere,
like maybe a permissions thing.