Re: cd_autoup.sh broken... or is it me?
Jay Barbee wrote:
> > On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, Jay Barbee wrote:
> > : Hello all,
> > :
> > : I am working from the Master CD binary-i386 Debian 2.0 CD. I am
> > starting to : up grade my first system via the cd_autoup.sh. : : After
> > mounting the cd to /cdrom and going to /cdrom/upgrade I notice that :
> > cd_autoup.sh is not an executable.
> > This isn't uncommon; many paranoid BOFH types mount CD-ROMs noexec
> > anyway.
> > The solution is simple, however ... simply type
> > `sh/cdrom/upgrade/cd_autoup.sh'
> > See? No messy copying.
> That worked fine, but the error is still the same...
> [torch] [/cdrom/upgrade]
> [root]# sh cd_autoup.sh
> ldso_1.9.9-1.deb libc5_5.4.38-1.1.deb libc6_2.0.7t-1.deb timezones_2.0.7t-
> Can't find ../debian/hamm/hamm/binary-i386/libs/libstdc++2.8_*.deb!
> aborting upgrade.
> I changed the mount options, (-o ro,nojoliet) and it did not change anything that
> I can tell. Could someone verify this directory on the official CD:
> <debian cd>/debian/hamm/hamm/binary-i386/libs/
I just checked the hamm file structure on ftp.debian.org. libstdc++*
is in the 'base' subdir, not 'libs'. And its not a symlink. If nothing
else works maybe a modified cd_autoup.sh (fix where it expects the lib
to be) might do the trick.
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