Hi,> sudo crosshurd
On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 04:33:27PM +0100, Enaut Waldmeier wrote:
> symlink to usr
Ok might be that there are additional problems with the symlink but the swap partition fixed the installproblems quite well. :)
The system is up and running.
This is probably responsible for some of the problems: The symlink is
not really supported anymore in Debian.
I thought the option was dropped from crosshurd a while back. What
version are you using?...
the one from ubuntu-repositories. The script is not very verbose about its version but the packageversion is 1.7.33
> I: Extracting /var/cache/apt/archives/dash_0.5.5.1-3_hurd-i386.deb...
> tar: ./bin/sh: Cannot create symlink to `dash': File exists
> tar: ./usr/share/man/man1/sh.1.gz: Cannot create symlink to `dash.1.gz':
> tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errorsThis sounds very much like a problem that might be caused by the above.
Seems that the error was not vital (guess that it tried to create a link but the real file is because of the usr link) but I don't know for sure since I had no time yet to test it in detail.
These are not critical I think... I see lot's of them as well, but they
> errors like:
> failed to flush the nscd cache
> posix_spawn() error 1073741862
do not seem to break anything as far as I can see.
so thanks again. If anything goes wrong I will try to do it without the usr again..