lh_build devpts-live already mounted
On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 05:22:22PM +0100, Sebastian Holler wrote:
> Please edit the script "/usr/bin/lh_chroot_devpts".
> * replace the following original line [80?]:
> if [ -e chroot/dev/pts/0 ]
> * with:
> if mountpoint chroot/dev/pts -q
> That's all.
Operation success but patient died. That is lh_build continued past the
original problem, posted three times a note that the system must be
rebooted before using loop, then a message to ignore the previous
warnings, then used loop and exited. At this point a directory binary
had been created but no binary.img in the base directory. I found a
file binary.img in chroot and dd it to the memory stick. Boot from the
memory stick failed - no operating system found.
On rebooting from the hard drive, hdb5 had to be repaired. (Debian
lenny is on hdb, hda used to be windoz but has been converted to a large
> Thomas H. George schrieb:
> > lh_build ends with a message "mount: devpts-live is already mounted or
> > chroot/dev/pts is busy"
> > I found this problem discussed in the January archive as bug 459697. I
> > still have the problem. Is there a solution?
> > Tom
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