Subject: RE: i386 20000213 snapshot glitches
To: 'email@example.com' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Tran, Hoang <Hoang.Tran@Cognos.COM>
Date: 02/24/2000 16:35:54
I ran into the 1st problem with console message about "/"
being full described below. I also tried David's 1st suggestion
and pax didn't work at all.
Can someone else what I need to do to install this snapshot
From: David Brownlee [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, February 21, 2000 4:32 AM
To: John Nemeth
Subject: Re: i386 20000213 snapshot glitches
"/" being full:
I believe pax honours the TMPDIR environment variable.
Could you try setting it to /mnt/tmp before running
MAKEDEV needing grep:
This sounds distinctly bogus, could you submit a PR?
Sounds like it was a non exportable snapshot - try
extracting secr.tgz after install.
On Sun, 20 Feb 2000, John Nemeth wrote:
> I just tried installing the -current i386 20000213 snapshot.
> There were a few glitches with it. I used sysinst and let it do a
> clean install (wiping the drive). The first problem was that pax
> wasn't able to unpack "base.tgz" cleanly. It started complaining about
> not being able to store the modes of directories that it was creating
> and there were console messages about "/" being full. From this, I
> deduced that "/tmp" wasn't big enough. I was able to install the
> system, by clobbering anything on the RAM disk that wasn't needed at
> that point and manually unpacking "base.tgz". The second problem was
> that MAKEDEV complained about not being able to find "grep". And
> finally, telnet complains about not being able to find "libkrb5.so.6"
> making it useless. BTW, it would be nice if instructions for enabling
> a.out compatibility were placed in the snapshot directory.