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Re: ld.elf_so broken with separate /usr
On Tue, 12 Apr 2011 16:13:06 +0200 Joerg Sonnenberger
On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 06:51:45AM +0000, David Holland wrote:
Currently, systems with a separate /usr partition will not boot
because no shared libraries can be found. I'm not sure why; however,
it seems to work to do
This is already fixed.
As of sometime last night (201104130300Z, approximately) I'm still seeing
this problem. I mostly noticed that 'fsck' failed claiming it couldn't
find "libc.so.12" even though it's in "/lib". A number of other services
failed too, again most complaining about lack of "libc.so.12".
I haven't yet attempted the workaround suggested in:
I rebooted with "-as" and used "/rescue/fsck" to manually check the
filesystems, then mounted them.
Once everything was mounted, I simply exited, but a number of services
still failed. Notably, network initialization failed in the automatic
startup but succeed when re-run manually. Similarly with rpcbind, amd,
mountd, nfsd (and presumedly sshd since I didn't restart that and find
I can't log into the machine to provide 'uname -a' output--even though
I saw an sshd process running before I left the machine's location).
The latest batch of commits since then break update builds, so I'll
have to start with a from-scratch build before trying again.
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