That line is there, so something else caused the problem. Sometimes I
wonder about trailing / (slashes) if they are required or not, the docs are
not too expressive about that kind of stuff. Working on mainframes with
basically old punch card technology everything had to be perfect.
The BDales is on line 332, if you wish to check...
On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 5:58 AM, Nick Daly <nick.m.daly at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 6:28 AM, Jack Wilborn <jkwilborn at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On the DP, did you add the man-db as a built package in the DP build.
> It should've been pushed as of yesterday. I added it two weeks ago
> and forgot to push it. Though I don't now remember if it did push
> successfully or not. I'll check tonight.
> > I tore my system down (again, mainly to move to 64 bit and use more of my
> > memory) and thought I'd just clone the repository and see how the build
> > went. I still had a problem with mounting the USB stick when I followed
> > DBales instructions specifically where it complained about
> > '/media/freedom/boot/' not existing when I attempted to mount. Wish I
> > understood what was happening there to understand the error messages I
> That's because the folder doesn't exist. That's part of why I put
> together the "VM-that-builds-itself VM", so people didn't need to
> twiddle with that.
> Fix it with:
> : mkdir -p /media/freedom/boot
> Could you add that to Bdale's instructions and publish it somewhere
> for me to pull from?
> Glad to hear you're having fun experimenting with everything, let the
> list and me know if you find any other weirdnesses.
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