Re: chroot: firefox browser plugins
Les Gray <email@example.com> writes:
> I'm just not being allowed to create symlinks to browser plugins or,
> for that matter, any other file or directory within /usr/lib/Adobe or
> /usr/lib/j2re1.5-sun . But I can link to any other file or folder
> within the chroot. And, yes, I'm trying all this from within the
> chroot, and as user root...
So when you do 'ls -l /usr/lib/Adobe' from wherever you want to make
the symlink you see the file and when you do
'ln -s /usr/lib/Adobe/<filename> .' you get a dangling symlink? Are
you sure the path was right?
The TAB key was mentioned before. What it does is to make sure the
path you enter exists. If you type '/usr/lib/A TAB' and that 'A'
doesn't expand to 'Adobe' this is a good indication that this
directory isn't there where you think it is.