ctrl-alt-f2 does not get prompt
- Subject: ctrl-alt-f2 does not get prompt
- From: daniel at debian.org (Daniel Baumann)
- Date: Mon, 04 Feb 2008 20:36:47 +0100
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Tim Richardson wrote:
> If I go into chroot/home I see an empty directory.
again, the user is created while runtime of the image, not at build-time.
> chroot/etc/passwd does not have a user called 'live' or 'casper'
> starting via qemu eventually gets to this error:
> /bin/sh: can't access tty; job control turned off
this is because you're building unstable, and unstable has a fucked
squashfs module package (it is existing, but empty because of a
regression in the squashfs-source makefile).
> I realise this is a developers' mailing list, but if someone had time to
> give me a lh_config example that worked, it would be good.
it's a list for everyone, not a developers list. however.. the working
solution is, to build a lenny based image and include user-setup package
from sid (by wget'int the .deb and putting it into
> user-setup says it is frozen at version 1.17 in testing, by the way.
yep; this is because it provides a .udeb.
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