Server refused to allocate pty - solved (sort of)
jasper at lunar-linux.org
Mon Feb 14 21:14:55 UTC 2005
Jaime Buffery wrote:
>>Me me me me :)
>>The box is all scsi except for a ide CD/DVD burner.
>>My layout is :
>>/dev/sde1 /home reiserfs defaults,notail,noatime 0 0
>>/dev/sdd1 /mnt/storage reiserfs defaults,notail,noatime,users 0 0
>>/dev/sdc1 /var reiserfs defaults,notail,noatime 0 0
>>/dev/sdb1 /opt reiserfs defaults,notail,noatime 0 0
>>/dev/sda4 /usr reiserfs defaults,notail,noatime 0 0
>>/dev/sda2 none swap defaults 0 0
>>/dev/sda1 /boot ext2 defaults,noatime 0 0
>>/dev/sda3 / reiserfs defaults,notail,noatime 0 0
>>As a temporary fix just to get this thing up. I booted from rescue, created
>>a /mnt/root/usr/bin and copied "readlink" from the resuce to there. So it
>>boots now and everybody gets mounted which is what was not happening before.
>>Not a pretty fix but well.
>Okay, so I've got a fix for the scsi script that I need tested. And let's face
>it you are the only I know that can... would you mind?
>These are the steps you would have to take:
>* cd /etc/udev/script.d/
>* wget http://lunar-linux.org/~nestu/scsi-devfs.sh.patch
>* cat scsi-devfs.sh.patch | patch -p1
>Reboot at tell me what happens.
>If you read the patch you will see that is changes any reference to readlink for
>a stupid little func that should do the job, I hope. Obviously, I have tested
>the func in a dummy scipt I created for the purpose on my box, and it behaves
>exactly like readlink.
>As soon as someone gives me the thumbs up, this patch is going into moonbase.
Why not modify the coreutils module to install readlink to /bin?
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