e2fsprogs and lib reduction
Ethan Benson <email@example.com> writes:
> I modified my local boot-floppies tree to use e2fsprogs-bf instead of
> the normal version and found that our lib reduction is not very smart...
> if there is no pic lib, the library in the root area is replaced by the
> one living in /lib or /usr/lib (NOT /var/tmp/whatever).
> i suspect this is why badblocks was getting broken in the first place,
> we were getting the sid e2fsprogs binaries with the woody e2fsprogs
> libs (if you have the woody version installed on your system).
> so my resulting root.bin images had the regular large e2fsprogs
> libraries with the e2fsprogs-bf binaries, not very useful...
> i have tracked this down to mklibs.sh which simply copies libraries
> from the default src_path (/lib:/usr/lib) into the root area
> im not sure what the best fix for this is, my guess is changing the
> mklibs.sh call to:
> $scripts/mklibs.sh $vflag -L $E/lib:$E/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/lib --dest-dir $R/lib $EXECUTABLES
Would be possible to eliminate /lib:/usr/lib entirely?
> and move the rm -rf $E to after mklibs has run.
Excellent detective work, please make it so. Would be a plus if you
can test it first.
I was also playing with e2fsprogs-bf. How did you get past the
problem where modutils depends on sysvinit and sysvinit depends on
e2fsprogs (>= 1.15-1) ?
.....Adam Di Carlo....firstname.lastname@example.org.....<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>