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Error when running native-install


I'm trying to install Debian GNU/Hurd in a QEMU emulated system. I get a
weird error when running native-install.

sh-4.0# export TERM=mach
sh-4.0# ./native-install
sh: start_pipeline: pgrp pipe: (ipc/mig) bad request message ID
./native-install: cannot make pipe for command substitution: (ipc/mig) bad request message ID
Checking if you filesystem is really writeable..
failed to identify system

Just before I get the terminal prompt, there is the following

start /hurd/ext2fs.static: Hurd server bootstrap: etx2fs.static[device:hd0s1] exec init proc auth/libexec/console-run: /dev/console: No such file or directory
/libexec/console-run: Using temporary console /tmp/console
/libexec/runsystem: Running on fallback console /tmp/console

The start_pipeline error/warning happens on pretty much all commands,
such as "ls" and so on, but does not seem to affect them.

What am I doing wrong?

By the way. Why is not GRUB installed and configured together with the
system? It takes like 5 minutes to write in all that magic to get GRUB
starting the Hurd, and it is so error-prone.


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