Bug#123391: target/usr/sbin/modconf: cannot create: directory nonexistant
Philip Blundell <email@example.com> writes:
> This rather unhelpful error message is coming from ash. It seems to be
> produced if you do this:
> # VAR does not exist in the environment
> echo xx > $VAR
> When it happens, does modconf succeed in adding the newly-selected module
> to /etc/modules?
> If you can contrive to get bash onto the target system, you might find that
> it produces a more enlightening error message. I guess it should work to
> install base, then drop to a shell or Alt-F2 and do "/target/bin/bash
> /target/usr/sbin/modconf". That might help us figure out where the problem
Sorry, can't help with that at the moment.
...Adam Di Carlo..<firstname.lastname@example.org>...<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>