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Re: Please retry mozilla

On Fri, Nov 21, 2003 at 02:53:06PM +0100, Guido Guenther wrote:
> > build, but it simply refuses to work.  The version from woody can't
> > create a sid environment, and the version from sid simply exits, with no
> > messages or anything.
> pbuilder is a bash script. You can execute it with bash -x and see where
> (and why) it exits.

It is actually debootstrap that is failing, and I'm not entirely sure
I: Extracting sysv-rc...
I: Extracting tar...
I: Extracting util-linux...
I: Extracting whiptail...
W: Failure trying to run: chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/6758/. mount -t proc proc /proc
pbuilder: debootstrap failed
 -> cleaning the build env

I've found the line of code where debootstrap is failing, and I can run
the chroot command manually with no problem.

debootstrap, running with -x, outputs the following around where it
+ in_target mount -t proc proc /proc
+ in_target_failmsg IN_TARGET_FAIL 'Failure trying to run: %s' 'chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/11293/. mount -t proc proc /proc' mount -t proc proc /proc
+ local code=IN_TARGET_FAIL
+ local 'msg=Failure trying to run: %s'
+ local 'arg=chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/11293/. mount -t proc proc /proc'
+ shift
+ shift
+ shift
+ eval chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/11293/. mount -t proc proc /proc
++ chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/11293/. mount -t proc proc /proc
+ warning IN_TARGET_FAIL 'Failure trying to run: %s' 'chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/11293/. mount -t proc proc /proc'
+ local name=IN_TARGET_FAIL
+ local 'fmt=Failure trying to run: %s'
+ shift
+ shift
+ '[' '' ']'
+ '[' '' ']'
+ '[' yes ']'
++ gettext debootstrap 'Failure trying to run: %s'
+ printf 'W: Failure trying to run: %s\n' 'chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/11293/. mount -t proc proc /proc'
W: Failure trying to run: chroot /var/cache/pbuilder/build/11293/. mount -t proc proc /proc
+ return 1

I have no clue as to why it might be failing, though.  Using debootstrap
manually results in the same problem, but I have no trouble manually
running the chroot command to mount /proc.  Is there some hidden message
in the above output that I'm missing?


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